Author: Marco Gaiarin Date: To: Jeremy Harris via Exim-users CC: exim-users Subject: Re: [exim] av_scanner and panic log...
Mandi! Jeremy Harris via Exim-users
In chel di` si favelave...
>> But every time clamd have trouble, exim log in panic_log, and so debian
>> compain about it.
> That's the point of the panic log. It's a place where real problems
> get put, so that you can notice. Debian is complaining because
> clamd is complaining.
Ok, i try to restate better. ;-)
Why exim consider an av_scanner failure as an error for panic_log? Why simply
does not defer the message?
There's some way to 'lower' the error priority of av_scanner?
The question born by the fact that clamav is indeed a bed beast nowadays:
while updating the signatures (expecially on low-end machine) does not
respond, exim go in timeout and add a panic log.