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Re: [AMaViS-user] $TEMPBASE directory Cleanup

From: Clayton Keller <inetadmin_at_nospam>
Date: Wed Jun 16 2010 - 19:04:56 GMT
To: amavis-user@lists.sourceforge.net

On 6/16/2010 1:46 PM, Noel Jones wrote:
> On 6/16/2010 12:14 PM, Clayton Keller wrote:
>> I am using a tmpfs using RAM for $TEMPBASE.
>>
>> I would like to cleanup this mount from time to time. I have
>> files/directories on occasion sit stale and take up space.
>>
>> Will there be an issue if I remove a file/directory from $TEMPBASE
>> without stopping amavisd prior to doing so?
>>
>> As a safety measure I will not remove anything that isn't older than the
>> current maximum queue life of a message + a small buffer as added on as
>> well.
>
> Typically anything more than ~24 hours old can be safely
> removed from the amavisd-new $TEMPBASE.
>
> If you're getting lots of stuff left over in $TEMPBASE, you
> should investigate why. Search the log files for 'PRESERVING
> EVIDENCE' to find errors that cause amavisd-new to leave the
> tmp files for analysis.
>
> -- Noel Jones
>

Thank you for the info. I'm not seeing much in the logs for 'PRESERVING
EVIDENCE'. I do recall that being mentioned in a previous post, I'll
check the archives and read up further and keep my eye out for it in the
future.

The info you've provided confirms my thinking.

Thanks,

Clay

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