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innopart 11-18-2011 06:27 PM

emails with files as attachments
 
Since yesterday, all E-mail with files as attachments are in the "/var/spool/mqueue" folder and they are waiting. Before, it was OK, even the size of files are very big. I did no change in ISP Manager and on the server.

Version : ISPmanager-Pro 4.4.0.2
Compilation : Nov 09 2011

innopart 11-18-2011 09:01 PM

More information : it seems that ISP Manager thinks there is no more place on hard disk. But, with SSH, when I do "df -h" there are 18 Go free ... It's like ISP Manager stocks mails because ISP Manager thinks there is no place free on disk.

slava 11-19-2011 03:28 AM

What you see in mailserver log files?

innopart 11-19-2011 08:54 AM

maillog
 
in "/var/log/maillog" i find informations like that :

Nov 17 02:38:23 lnxinnofr02 pop3-login: Login: thierry.rocha@euchner.fr [::ffff:90.84.146.219]
Nov 17 02:38:38 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MTA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:38:38 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MSA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:38:53 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MTA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:38:53 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MSA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:39:08 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MTA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:39:08 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MSA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:39:18 lnxinnofr02 pop3-login: Login: apoisson@antarisconsult.com [::ffff:178.239.84.240]
Nov 17 02:39:23 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MTA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:39:23 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MSA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:39:38 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MTA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:39:38 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MSA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:39:53 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MTA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:39:53 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MSA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:39:59 lnxinnofr02 pop3-login: Login: mbetti@betti.fr [::ffff:90.2.84.203]
Nov 17 02:39:59 lnxinnofr02 pop3-login: Login: gbetti@betti.fr [::ffff:90.2.84.203]
Nov 17 02:39:59 lnxinnofr02 pop3-login: Login: mrobert@betti.fr [::ffff:90.2.84.203]
Nov 17 02:40:00 lnxinnofr02 pop3-login: Login: betti@betti.fr [::ffff:90.2.84.203]
Nov 17 02:40:08 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MTA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:40:08 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MSA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:40:23 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MTA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:40:23 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MSA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:40:38 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connections on daemon MTA: load average: 65
Nov 17 02:40:38 lnxinnofr02 sendmail[28764]: rejecting connect

innopart 11-19-2011 09:06 AM

And another information, in my root mailbox, i read this mail :

From root@localhost.localdomain Sat Nov 19 04:02:34 2011
Return-Path: <root@localhost.localdomain>
...

/etc/cron.daily/0logwatch:

system cat /var/log/messages 2>/dev/null >/var/cache/logwatch/logwatch.gXDA52C1/sonicwall failed: 256 at /etc/cron.daily/0logwatch line 889.
/etc/cron.daily/certwatch:

Out of disk space for temp file
Error writing control file ./qfpAJ328pb013517: No space left on device
/etc/cron.daily/ispmgr_scripts:

/etc/cron.daily/ispmgr_scripts: line 2: /usr/local/ispmgr/sbin/backup.pl: No such file or directory
/etc/cron.daily/ispmgr_scripts: line 3: /usr/local/ispmgr/sbin/mgrupdate.sh: No such file or directory
/etc/cron.daily/makewhatis.cron:

sort: write failed: -: No space left on device
sort: write error
sort: close failed: -: No space left on device
sort: close failed: -: No space left on device
sort: close failed: -: No space left on device
sort: close failed: -: No space left on device
sort: close failed: -: No space left on device

slava 11-19-2011 07:42 PM

Quote:

No space left on device
check inodes (df -i) and your system - load average: 65 is very and very big, check this by 'top' command in shell


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