|| at Apr 23, 2011 at 5:28 pm
Dennis Carr wrote:
I just discovered that there are hundreds of files in qfiles/bad for some
reason. The manual tells me nothing, except some basic installation
troubleshooting. So this raises a few questions:
1) Any ideas as to what causes this?
2) How do I find out the exact cause?
3) What is the best way to solve the problem?
For every one of those files, there should be an 'error' log entry
saying most likely, "Skipping and preserving unparseable message:".
These most likely result from malformed spam messages. You can look at
the entries with bin/dumpdb -p.
Other possible but unlikely messages are "SHUNTING FAILED, preserving
original entry:" associated with a traceback, "Unpickling .bak
exception:" and ".bak file max count, preserving file:".
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