> > Is running amavisd-nanny -c 1 >/dev/null
> > from cron every hour (or so) sufficient to ensure that?
> I guess so, although I'm not doing this myself.
> It can't hurt to put its output to a log file to be able
> to investigate past events if need occurs. And if
> a need for killing a child process arises more often
> than once in a blue moon, it needs to be investigated.
@hourly date >> /var/log/mail/amavisd-nanny.log ; amavisd-nanny -c 1
>/dev/null 2>> /var/log/mail/amavisd-nanny.log
Something like this?
Maybe sounds strange, what for is this? I have done this now, but do not
understand the meaning :)
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