Re: odd log entries
- On Mon, Oct 01, 2007 at 01:55:30PM -0400, Andrew Long wrote:
> > Something is invoking "sendmail -t", but not providing anyThe message is not in the queue, it failed local submission. Find the cron
> > header recipients. The postfix sendmail(1) program gives up.
> > > Oct 1 07:00:13 authorization postfix/postdrop:
> > warning: stdin:
> > > unexpected EOF reading length, record type 78
> > The "postdrop" helped sees an incomplete queue file, and gives up.
> > > Oct 1 03:00:13 authorization postfix/postdrop: fatal: uid=0:
> > > malformed input
> > This is normal:
> > $ echo "this is test " | sendmail -it
> > will yield similar results.
> I checked the queues this morning and they were empty, can you think of any
> way to find the culprit?
job or other application that is invoking "sendmail -t" (or empty command-line
recipient list) and no recipient headers.
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