IOERROR: fstating sieve script
jwade at oakton.edu
Mon Mar 14 00:00:30 EST 2005
Actually to get rid of this warning in the logs, all you have to do it
reduce the logging level from debug to something more sane. As is,
logging at debug (which is the default) will consume an inordinate
amount of system resources on a production system. Just reconfigure
syslog to log at a warning level or lower.
This warning is just telling you that the user has no sieve script, it
does not reflect a problem (unless they really do have one.)
Hope this helps,
ML mail wrote:
>--- Baltasar Cevc <baltasar at cevc-topp.de> wrote:
>>Cyrus will create the structure when it needs it;
>>I do not know any way to get rid of these messages
>>having a default script.
>That's exactly what I wanted to hear ;-) Thanks!
>Well if there is a patch for that, I guess it will be
>corrected in future versions of Cyrus.
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