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On 3/20/11 8:57 PM, Karsten Bräckelmann wrote:
> There are now reports, that this bug is not strictly related to 32 bit
> architecture (though always with compiled rules).
> Since there have been offers for further testing: One data point is to
> collect details about systems, CPU architecture, instruction set used
> for compiling, versions (OS, kernel, compiler, re2c, Perl) and patch-
I had it happen on two out of 32 jailed freebsd clients.
guess what: all the same hardware, os level, software, software level.
all amd64, freebsd 7.3, perl 5.10.0, sa 3.3.1 running through
amavisd-new 2.6.4, running compiled rules.
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