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Re: limiting resources

also sprach Dominique Dumont <domi@komarr.grenoble.hp.com> [2004.09.21.1141 +0200]:
> > I forgot to mention that spamc is of course being used. However,
> > spamc does not provide the means to strip markup from email
> > messages, nor can it report to razor. My users don't need
> > spamassassin for spam checking, but for spam processing.
> Have you tried the '-m' switch on spamd ?  

Sure. As I said, spamd is not the problem. It's users executing
<resource-intensive-app> multiple times, with the last time being
spamassassin that almost killed the system.

> You may need to use perl5.8.x to avoid signal handling bugs
> mentionned in spamd man page. See "PERL_SIGNALS" in perlrun and
> "Deferred Signals (Safe Signals)" in perlipc for details.

All being done here.

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