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Old 12th April 2009, 05:57
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Question /var/spool/clientmqueue filling up

I use Postfix and Dovecot.

Two days ago /var/spool/clientmqueue started filling up with messages. I have seen one or 2 messages a month there but today there were nearly 2,000. They do not appear to be spam messages.

I don't know if these issues are related but I have also noticed these issues as well:
- init runs a LONG time after a reboot
- It takes a long time to connect via SSH

Any ideas?
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Old 12th April 2009, 06:51
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Cool Nevermind

I figured out the problem...

My host changed their nameservers 2 days ago and never told me.
Now that I have NEW WORKING nameserver IP's in /etc/resolv.conf everything is working fine.
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