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  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt replied to a discussion, how to assign a wan to lan

    Note the the DMZ is not you normal DMZ. Have a look at the Networking documentation.

    To force traffic over particular interfaces, use the MultiWAN Source Based rules. In the source IP you can specify a whole subnet.

  • I don't have a 6.x installation with mail, but on 7.x, /var/lib/amavis/amavisd.lock is owned by amavis:amavis with permissions of 0640.

    Note that removing clamav would have removed a whole bunch of packages so you may have removed more than you intended. The Gateway AV only works with the Proxy. If you don't use the proxy, there is no point installing the Gateway AV.

    Also note that 6.x went End of Life a year ago and you really ought to be looking to upgrade to 7.x.

  • Cannot start amavisd without filling maillog with errors.

    Hi, All.

    Wrestling with a COS6 box running gateway and Zarafa community. Around 6am 9/25 local the box started throwing amavis errors. Load was at 20 and responding very sluggishly. Restarting services and finally a reboot. Load would increase again. Mail queue shows 100 messages with (delivery temporarily suspended: connect to[]:10024: Connection refused). yum removed clamd and reinstalled from Market Place. Noticed I was never able to selet Gateway AV but it was not indicated as installed. yum remove and installs look over 30 minutes to do each time. Finally uninstalled everything I could find related to amavis and spamassassin but must be missing something as top indicated amavisd was running. even after disabling Zarafa services, and SMTP and removing those packages.

    Now have a box that passes mail but the messages in queue still there. Starting Mail Antispam starts amavisd and maillog is full of .....

    Sep 25 11:04:18 mail amavis[23368]: (!)Net::Server: 2020/09/25-11:04:18 Couldn't open lock file "/var/lib/amavis/amavisd.lock"[Permission denied]\n at line 177 in file /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/Net/Server/

    Checked permissions against other working COS6 boxes, not found anything yet. Hunted this forum and others and tried several things but I'm at a loss as to where to go next.

    Any help appreciated.

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  • What makes you think the r8168 is buggy?

    In Googling, and a lot of the posts were older, there were a lot of comments, or so it seemed, that stated the word "buggy" in the 8168 driver. And how one of the drivers always blacklisted the other which added to that confusion.

    Your comments on things cleared the air very well and I thank you again!


  • I think I read in on an ElRepo post but I can't find it. My statement may only apply to a 5.x kernel, but it is definitely for when you look at the output of modinfo. I've no idea about inspecting sources. That is pretty much beyond me.