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SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.21-ac3
On Wed, 25 Jun 2003, Thijs wrote:

> Since 2.4.21-ac2 i'm experiencing problems with Postfix on Debian
> Stable. Messages get corrupted while being handled by Postfix.
> Vanilla 2.4.21 and 2.4.21-ac1 are fine, but 2.4.21-ac2/3 causes
> problems. Going back to ac1 resolves the issue. I tried kernels on
> several Debian servers, but all have the same problem. Could be it's
> something in postfix that emerges with this specific patch, but it's at
> least curious. I'm not too familiar with this matter unfortunately.
> The only logentries i see are:
> postfix/qmgr[399]: warning: active/0/4/04E5B17E3F: too many length bits,
> record type 255
> postfix/qmgr[399]: warning: 04E5B17E3F: envelope records out of order
> postfix/qmgr[399]: warning: saving corrupt file "04E5B17E3F" from queue
> "active" to queue "corrupt"
> ...or just...
> postfix/smtp[536]: warning: corrupted queue file: active/C/7/C7AC317E3F
> Tested on: Intel PPro, Intel Celeron, AMD Duron
> Tested on: ext2 and ext3

I can confirm this problem. I use postfix 2.0.12 on a Debian woody
installation, all mails get corrupted. Postfix queue in on reiserfs, so
I think the bug is filesystem independent.

Geller Sandor <>

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