Re: [exim] smtp_accept_queue_per_connection

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Author: Marc Haber
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To: exim-users
Subject: Re: [exim] smtp_accept_queue_per_connection
On Tue, 6 Mar 2007 07:41:19 -0800, Dan_Mitton@??? wrote:
>Several people have responded with similar answers. I already have the
>queue runners set to run every 15 minutes. From 'ps -ef':
>
>    exim   181     1  0   Feb 17 ?       14:02 /usr/local/exim/bin/exim 
>-bd -q15m

>
>but I see messages that sit out there for over 10 hours before they get
>processed.


Grepping your logs for the Message-ID is going to show you why the
message was not processed any earlier.

> I'm on a small'ish system, but CPU utilization is under 10%.
>Below is a more complete 'ps' output. Although there are lots of new, and
>very short lived, 'exim -q' processes, there are also several that are
>from around 14:00 yesterday, 17 hours ago. Any ideas about whats going
>on???


exiwhat might help here.

Greetings
Marc

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