How can i tell SASL2 to stop using /etc/sasldb2 ?
Patrick Ben Koetter
p at state-of-mind.de
Tue Jul 31 09:18:41 EDT 2007
* websrvr <websrvr at macftphttp.serverbox.org>:
> I think you might be better off contacting Patrick Ben Koetter about
> the book of postfix.
> He wrote a very nice book (available in PDF for your viewing
> pleasure) on the inner workings/configuration of postfix which
> touches on the sasl side as well and IMHO should be a must-have for
> the mail-admin.
> No it's not a shame-less plug, I get nothing out of it other than the
> satisfaction of passing on the wisdom which I have attained in my
> postfix endeavors and assistance directly from/with Patrick who
> helped me achieve the impossible in an environment that wasn't
> designed to support postfix/mysql or cyrus-sasl/mysql.
Errrm... thanks for the praise. :)
p at rick
> While I understand the need to resolve the issue at hand, the minor
> pittance to obtain the book is well worth the information contained
> therein and will increase your ability to troubleshoot and correct
> any issues you might encounter thus increasing your value as a mail-
> On Jul 30, 2007, at 23:42:17, Gert Cuykens wrote:
> >On 7/29/07, Gert Cuykens <gert.cuykens at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>Making progress now
> >>SASL per-process initialization failed
> >>process /usr/lib/postfix/smtpd pid 5790 exit status 1
> >>usr/lib/postfix/smtpd: bad command startup -- throttling
> >>So i can assume that it finds the smtpd.conf file but doesn't like it
> >>pwcheck_method: auxprop
> >>auxprop_plugin: sql
> >>mech_list: login plain cram-md5 digest-md5 ntlm
> >>sql_engine: mysql
> >>sql_user: dbmail
> >>sql_database: dbmail
> >>sql_statement: SELECT passwd FROM dbmail_users WHERE userid = '%u'
> >>log_level: 7
> >Ok i finaly found out what it was "sql_passwd:" can not be a blank
> >password it has to be a word like "sql_passwd: grrrrrrrr". Also
> >changed sql_statement to sql_select , don't know if it matters.
> >I now have no more "initialization failed" and also no more "can not
> >find /etc/sasl2db"
> >But my sql databases is still not receiving a query
> >Any suggestions please ?
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