Can't get cyrus imapd 2.2.12 to work on a sparc
matthijs at cacholong.nl
Sat Nov 12 18:06:21 EST 2005
Andy Fiddaman wrote:
> On Sat, 12 Nov 2005, Matthijs Mohlmann wrote:
> ; Hi,
> ; I'm running FreeBSD 6.0-RELEASE on a Ultra Sparc (500Mhz with 512Mb RAM).
> ; I have setup cyrus with postfix and saslauthd. All components are
> ; completely working except cyrus.
> ; What I discovered is that I can create mailboxes in cyrus and can see
> ; them with my imap client. But when I try to deliver a mail to the lmtp
> ; socket / lmtp tcp socket or try to use cyrus/bin/deliver then it gives me:
> ; Nov 12 18:10:13 hermes lmtpunix: DBERROR: invalid
> ; berkeley_cachesize value, using internal default
> If you've compiled Cyrus as 64-bit, then there is a known bug which
> prevents settings from getting their default values. I had to specifically
> define quite a few in my imapd.conf to get it to work properly (this
> would explain why it works fine on your i386 box).
> Add these lines to your imapd.conf and try again..
> berkeley_cachesize: 512
> berkeley_locks_max: 50000
> If you're using sieve, you'll also need:
> sieve_maxscripts: 5
> sieve_maxscriptsize: 32
> for the same reason.
Thanks a lot, that did the trick. Where can I read more about that bug ?
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