Posts Tagged ‘ log ’

Why is my zimbra.log full of maildrop errors?

May 25th, 2014 | By

Checked on my zimbra log today and found a ton of these: warning: mail_queue_enter: create file maildrop/858267.11154: No such file or directory   Now there could be two solutions to this problem, for me it was as simple as going into /opt/zimbra/bin and running #postfix stop checking for any lingering postfix processes that aren’t shutting
[continue reading…]



A few words about custom partitions and /var

Aug 30th, 2012 | By

So I just installed Debian onto my new laptop, this time through vmware with a windows 7 host because I for once have enough ram and cpu to handle virtualization, and this time I felt I was ready to custom configure a more complex partition schema based on my experience.  Not the recommended BS that
[continue reading…]



Prevent your log files from getting out of control in Debian Squeeze

Mar 13th, 2012 | By

Well as you read last week my system threw in the towel on me after my hard drive was completely filled up by my syslog, kern.log and messages log files.  A little bit stupid as they were almost all duplicates of each other.  But I checked on them today, 3 days later or so and
[continue reading…]