230712Re: Too much logging information to mail.debug
- Nov 30, 2007On Fri, Nov 30, 2007 at 08:51:02PM -0600, Brian Sebby wrote:
> I'm trying to set up a simple client postfix configuration to relay mailThis logging is not done by Postfix, rather it is your NSS libraries
> from a non-mailserver to our relay. I've got it all working except for
> one issue: postfix is spewing tons of information to the syslog file via
> the mail.debug facility.
> The mail is coming from localhost, and is being delivered to a remote host.
> The system is using LDAP for users and groups, and a lot of the debugging
> information appears to be this type of data:
> ... <lots deleted> ...
> Nov 30 20:41:57 my-host postfix/smtp: [ID 339871 mail.debug] tid= 1: hostCertPath=/var/ldap
> Nov 30 20:41:57 my-host postfix/smtp: [ID 639905 mail.debug] tid= 1: userID=cn=simple-host,ou=<our local LDAP information removed>
> Nov 30 20:41:57 my-host postfix/smtp: [ID 323218 mail.debug] tid= 1: unlocking sessionLock
calling syslog(3) from inside routine system interfaces (getpwnam,
...). Postfix never uses the "debug" log level, all Postfix logging is
at LOG_INFO or higher priority (lower number).
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