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SubjectCareless MTA admins and poison in RBL/ORBS/ORBZ zones...

I see people using defunct RBL/ORBS/ORBZ zones, which contain poison:

;; ANSWER SECTION:
194.24.183.199.orbz.gst-group.co.uk. 25w5d IN TXT "This zone is defunct stop using it."

As a result, those using them are bound to have all their incoming email
(or a sizable portion, there is) becoming rejected irregardless if there
is any real _RBL_ on address, or not.

Carefull out there folks, keep an eye at your configurations, especially
if you are trying to use "free" RBL-like databases. They appear to have
limited lifespans.

/Matti Aarnio -- co-postmaster of vger.kernel.org
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Hello!

On Wed, Dec 19, 2001 at 11:08:12PM +0900, Masaru Kawashima wrote:

> > - Reiserfs fixes (Oleg Drokin/Chris Mason)

> There is still reiserfs remount problem with 2.4.17-rc2.
Hmmm.
Few things needs to be verified:
Is your reiserfs root partition 3.5 or 3.6 format? (can be checked in /proc/fs/reiserfs/.../version
Try to boot of different media (rescue disk/CD) and run resiserfsck on your root partition,
is there any errors? If yes - then fix them (with reiserfsck --rebuild-tree probably),
and try to boot off your root disk again.
Remember to read FAQ entry on reiserfsck --rebuild-tree on namesys.com web site.

> >>EIP; c0159f54 <_get_block_create_0+748/85c> <=====
> 00000000 <_EIP>:
> Code; c0159f54 <_get_block_create_0+748/85c> <=====
> 0: 0f 0b ud2a <=====
Ok, so it is this code in _get_block_create_0:
if (!is_direct_le_ih (ih)) {
BUG ();
}
Hm.
Is your root partition big?
I want to look at it is that's possible.
At least at the metadata (reiserfsutils contains tools to extract metadata from disk drive,
if you'd extract such metadata and send it to me before you run reiserfsck - that would be great)

Thank you.

Bye,
Oleg
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