That only solved it for a short period of time, and it started happening
again. Now that method doesn't work at all. Has anyone had any problems
with spamc/spamd similar to this?


eventhorizon5 wrote:
>
> We found the problem. The machine we're using is an LDAP client for all
> ~8000 users, and it seems that spamc/spamd is failing if the username is
> not cached in nscd - simply typing "ls -l /home" solves it temporarily
> until the cache timeout, since all objects are then cached. We fixed this
> by running that command via a cron script every 15 minutes. So would this
> be a bug in spamassassin?
>


Ryan Thoryk
System Administrator
onShore Networks, LLC
1407 West Chicago Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60622
www.onshore.com

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