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Re: spamassassin memory leak bug with bayes

I found the missing library - it is libdb-4.0.so Why has not my ldd script 
found it? I assume it is a bug that (a) ldd can not find it (b) without it, 
mailscannet just takes over all the resources


On Friday 23 July 2004 18:47, Dmitry Golubev <dmitrijs@mt.lv> wrote:
> I have partial victory - I copied everything from /usr/lib into my
> chroot's /usr/lib, and it just started to work. BUT as my script which
> 'ldd' all the executables and copy all the needed libraries to chroot's
> /lib is tested and working, I suspect somebody has put an absolute path to
> a library...  I will have more info later (I will not go through the new
> /usr/lib and try deleting files to localize the library I need to have
> there).
> I'm on the right track...
> Dmitry
> On Friday 23 July 2004 18:25, Michelle Konzack <linux4michelle@freenet.de>
> wrote:
> > Am 2004-07-23 15:19:33, schrieb Dmitry Golubev:
> > >Is it possible that it is because of grsec and acl patches that I use to
> > > my 2.4.26 kernel? Or I have to a make different MailScanner
> > > configuration if I run it inside of a chroot?
> >
> > I do not know, because I do not use grsec and acl patches.
> > I use only kernel-source-2.4.26 from the Debian mirror.
> >
> > Befor I used the Duron 1600 I had an old HP Vectra XA5/200
> > with 64 MByte and it was working fine with spamassassin.
> > OK, the LoadAverage was around 8-12 but it was working correctly
> >
> > >Dmitry
> >
> > Greetings
> > Michelle

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