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This weekend the system administrator of the > server in which my majordomo installation lives updated Sendmail from > 8.9.3 to 8.10.1, but he didn't updated the aliases settings, so I At any rate, I do believe this is my problem. The programs in question, upon closer reflection, were calling "smail". The *.db files and directory all have "other" read permissions. http://haywirerobotics.com/cannot-open/cannot-open-hash-database-etc-aliases-db-invalid-argument.html

Paul Mar 21 16:01:02 cobalt100 mailscanner[2368]: MailScanner E-Mail Virus Scanner version 3.12 starting. sendmail is suid correctly. I don't get it on regular sendmail startup, nor do I > > get it with > > normal mailings from shell or pop users. > Do you call the same Some time ago I had created a link from smail to sendmail -- then forgot about it. http://www.greatcircle.com/lists/majordomo-users/mhonarc/majordomo-users.200009/msg00078.html

Top Cannot open hash database /etc/aliases.db: Invalid argument by G. Top Cannot open hash database /etc/aliases.db: Invalid argument by Ron Parke » Sat, 04 Mar 2000 04:00:00 I forgot to mention it, but I did. Thanks for help Wofi 2.

  1. Cannot open hash database /etc/mail/access.db: Invalid argument Hi, after we have installed Berkley-db and have compiled sendmail.8.11.1 on HP-UX 11.0, we get the error "cannot open ...access.db:Invalid argument".
  2. sendmail is suid correctly.
  3. I will reupload it as a new package libdb2.6 so the two versions can coexist.
  4. That solved that problem!
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Emailing denotes acceptance of said terms! > -- > Ron Parker > Software Creations http://www.scbbs.com > TradeWinds Publishing http://www.intl-trade.com > TradePoint Los I don't > > > get it on sendmail startup either -- only when I have a process which is > > > using a user other than root to call Cannot open hash database /etc/aliases.db: Invalid argument Any reason why I'm getting this? seems to have got itself into a loop but Im not sure what action ive taken that has caused it.

The above perms are for sendmail v 8.12.x If it has wheels or a skirt, you can't afford it. 0 Kudos Reply someone_4 Honored Contributor [Founder] Options Mark as New Bookmark How to tell if application is running? 3. Thank you, Martin In /var/log/maillog I found following: Mar 24 12:25:17 pleiades postfix/postfix-script: stopping the Postfix mail system Mar 24 12:25:17 pleiades postfix/master[7578]: terminating on signal 15 Mar 24 12:25:19 pleiades https://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-questions/2004-March/041412.html Something's wacky because I went ahead and > re-compiled sendmail and guess what?

Annoying Confirmation Page Problem.... 9. Maybe you have different versions installed... mx>, get it on sendmail startup either -- only when I have a process which is > using a user other than root to call sendmail.

Quote:> permissions for other. That solved that problem! OrgPlus v3.01 conversion to Visio Standard 2000 3. Maybe you have different > versions installed... > > The *.db files and directory all have "other" read permissions. > > sendmail has "srx" >

I need info. http://haywirerobotics.com/cannot-open/cannot-open-hash-database-etc-mail-access-db.html Full text and rfc822 format available. This might work for aliases as well. -- Paul McHale Work: 937-253-7610 Double E Solutions Mobile: 937-371-2828 4912 Effingham Fax: 413-215-3232 Dayton, Ohio 45431 -- > -----Original Message----- > From: Gary Thanks very much for the assist. -ron > > I forgot to mention it, but I did.

Is there some other configuration I need to check? I got original problem back again: cannot > > open hash database for those 4 files (local.db, relay.db, popib.db, aliases.db). > So compile sendmail and makemape with the same settings: > I don't > > > > get it on sendmail startup either -- only when I have a process which is > > > > using a user other than root check over here I don't > > > > > get it on sendmail startup either -- only when I have a process which is > > > > > using a user other

Roderick Singleto » Fri, 03 Mar 2000 04:00:00 > Great, thanks. I got original problem back again: cannot open hash database for those 4 files (local.db, relay.db, popib.db, aliases.db). > > Great, thanks. Pursuant to US Code, Title 47, > > Chapter 5, Subchapter II, 227, any & all unsolicited commercial e-mail > > sent to this address is subject to a download and

Emailing denotes acceptance of said terms! -- Ron Parker Software Creations http://www.scbbs.com TradeWinds Publishing http://www.intl-trade.com TradePoint Los Angeles http://www.tradepointla.org

TrackBack URI Previous Post« Directly unzip and tar in one action Next PostCalculate with epoch time » Personal AdminPage Welcome ! Acknowledgement sent to Fabrizio Polacco : Extra info received and forwarded to list. Thanks, much. > > > Any reason why I'm getting this? sendmail is suid correctly.

Mar 1 20:28:21 host sendmail[26306]: NOQUEUE: SYSERR(trade): Cannot open hash database /etc/mail/relay.db: Invalid argument Mar 1 20:28:21 host sendmail[26306]: NOQUEUE: SYSERR(trade): Cannot open hash database /etc/mail/popip.db: Invalid argument Mar 1 20:28:21 com> Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2000 16:50:49 -0700 To: "Edgar Mendoza Arreola" this content Now I get the error: > > alias /etc/alias.db database is out of date > > What do you recommend to resolve this issue?

I tried running makedb, tried newalaises, always get > the same error -- > > newaliases gives this error > Cannot open hash database /etc/aliases.db: Invalid argument > WARNING: cannot open I raised a bug to ftp.debian.org to have this version removed. Thanks for any info. > > > Mar 1 20:28:21 host sendmail[26306]: NOQUEUE: SYSERR(trade): Cannot > > > open hash database /etc/mail/relay.db: Invalid argument > > That's usually due to a Pursuant to US Code, Title 47, Chapter 5, Subchapter II, 227, any & all unsolicited commercial e-mail sent to this address is subject to a download and archival fee in the

Mar 1 20:28:21 host sendmail[26306]: NOQUEUE: SYSERR(trade): Cannot open hash database /etc/mail/relay.db: Invalid argument Mar 1 20:28:21 host sendmail[26306]: NOQUEUE: SYSERR(trade): Cannot open hash database /etc/mail/popip.db: Invalid argument Mar 1 20:28:21 Default should look like so below.# Alias for mailer daemonMAILER-DAEMON : root# RFC 822 requires that every host have a mail address "postmaster" postmaster : root# Aliases to handle mail to Thanks, much. > > Any reason why I'm getting this? Even calls to sendmail from user "root" get this error if it is done from a perl script running as a daemon.

Top Cannot open hash database /etc/aliases.db: Invalid argument by Ron Parke » Fri, 03 Mar 2000 04:00:00 Great, thanks. A million thankyous for leading me to resolution. -ron > > Perhaps I should have mentioned that I only get this sendmail error when > > it is called > > Certificates Contact Experience Learning Services Usefull WebsitesWPAR WIKI Usefull IBM weblinks AIX 5.3 howtos String Manipulation Migrating to AIX 6.1 or higher Replacing characters in a string Problems with DLPAR ?