Re: issue connecting to mysql after upgrade (issue not postfix)
- On Jan 1, 2009, at 4:53 PM, mouss wrote:
> Jeff Weinberger a écrit :OK, now I've taken out the localhost again and there's no more
>>> - try with "hosts = 127.0.0.1" (without "localhost")
>> Tried this - no change. :(
> ahem. if you do this, you should not hear about a socket. it should
> a TCP connection. can you show the errors?
complaining. (not sure why It continued complaining last time...)
This is not a postfix issue. This is clearly a MySQL socket issue. I'm
pursuing this on the MySQL lists.
>>> why do use sender_canonical instead of canonical? rewrite should be
>>> consistent, and "your sender is the recipient's recipient"...
>> This is mostly because I use maildrop as the virtual delivery agent
>> many of the virtual mailboxes. I'm really just testing this, and
>> may end
>> up using canonical instead. But here's my thinking:
>> I have one user who wants a minor change - sounds silly, but gives
>> me a
>> good chance to experiment/learn. I'm rewriting the one address to a
>> specific capitalization. I know I'll be doing more with more users
>> I want to rewrite when mail goes to someone outside my postfix
>> canonical_maps would also rewrite inbound mail to that address,
>> which is
>> not bad, but not the desired behavior.
>> So I am trying sender_canonical_maps to get the behavior I want.
> Then you may want to use smtp_generic_maps instead of canonical.