Amavis in mail.warn after reboot | did replace Amavis with Rspamd

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  1. 30uke

    30uke Member HowtoForge Supporter

    Hello,
    I did follow the following tutorial: https://www.howtoforge.com/replacing-amavisd-with-rspamd-in-ispconfig/
    Rspamd works fine and I am able to sent and receive e-mails. Although everything seems to be working fine, I did notice the following messages in the mail.warn log.

    Code:
    Nov 10 11:09:53 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Process [1613] exited (/usr/sbin/amavis-services snmp-responder) after 0.1 s: exit 2
    Nov 10 11:09:54 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Process [1611] exited (/usr/sbin/amavis-services msg-forwarder) after 0.2 s: exit 2
    Nov 10 11:09:54 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Process [1612] exited (/usr/sbin/amavis-services childproc-minder) after 0.2 s: exit 2
    Nov 10 11:09:58 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Process [2470] exited (/usr/sbin/amavis-services childproc-minder) after 0.1 s: exit 2
    Nov 10 11:09:58 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Process [2471] exited (/usr/sbin/amavis-services snmp-responder) after 0.1 s: exit 2
    Nov 10 11:09:58 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Process [2469] exited (/usr/sbin/amavis-services msg-forwarder) after 0.1 s: exit 2
    Nov 10 11:10:03 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Process [3244] exited (/usr/sbin/amavis-services msg-forwarder) after 0.1 s: exit 2
    Nov 10 11:10:03 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Process [3246] exited (/usr/sbin/amavis-services snmp-responder) after 0.1 s: exit 2
    Nov 10 11:10:03 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Process [3245] exited (/usr/sbin/amavis-services childproc-minder) after 0.1 s: exit 2
    Nov 10 11:10:08 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Process [3685] exited (/usr/sbin/amavis-services snmp-responder) after 0.1 s: exit 2
    Nov 10 11:10:08 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Process [3683] exited (/usr/sbin/amavis-services msg-forwarder) after 0.1 s: exit 2
    Nov 10 11:10:08 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Process [3684] exited (/usr/sbin/amavis-services childproc-minder) after 0.1 s: exit 2
    Nov 10 11:10:13 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Process [3793] exited (/usr/sbin/amavis-services childproc-minder) after 0.1 s: exit 2
    Nov 10 11:10:13 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Exceeded restart count, giving up on (/usr/sbin/amavis-services childproc-minder)
    Nov 10 11:10:13 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Process [3794] exited (/usr/sbin/amavis-services snmp-responder) after 0.1 s: exit 2
    Nov 10 11:10:13 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Exceeded restart count, giving up on (/usr/sbin/amavis-services snmp-responder)
    Nov 10 11:10:13 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Process [3792] exited (/usr/sbin/amavis-services msg-forwarder) after 0.1 s: exit 2
    Nov 10 11:10:13 s1 amavis-mc[1603]: Exceeded restart count, giving up on (/usr/sbin/amavis-services msg-forwarder)
    I did disable Amavis; but it still seems to be running.
    Code:
    [email protected]:/# ps ax | grep amavis
     1578 ?        Ss     0:01 /usr/sbin/amavisd-new (master)
     1603 ?        S      0:00 /usr/bin/perl -T /usr/sbin/amavis-mc -P /var/run/amavis/amavis-mc.pid
     1737 ?        S      0:00 /usr/sbin/amavisd-new (virgin child)
     1738 ?        S      0:00 /usr/sbin/amavisd-new (virgin child)
    29913 pts/1    S+     0:00 grep amavis
    
    [email protected]:/# systemctl stop amavisd-new
    [email protected]:/# systemctl disable amavisd-new
    
    [email protected]:/# ps ax | grep amavis
     1603 ?        S      0:00 /usr/bin/perl -T /usr/sbin/amavis-mc -P /var/run/amavis/amavis-mc.pid
    29974 pts/1    R+     0:00 grep amavis
    [email protected]:/#
    
    I am a bit worried about this.
     
  2. Steini86

    Steini86 Active Member

    Is rspamd working fine? Just remove amavis/spamassassin. I had problems, because the cron job files, etc were not removed, so I just purged amavis/SA

    For sure, you can also dig down the problem. Look in the logfiles (journald), when it was started and from what process, etc ...
     
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  3. 30uke

    30uke Member HowtoForge Supporter

    Thanks. Yes, everything works absolutely fine. Although it works fine, I just removed Amavis with the following command:
    Code:
    # apt remove --purge amavisd-new
    I left SpamAssassin untouched as it should not do any harm; it was loaded as a library by Amavis if I am correct (from the top of my head; at least it does not show up when I issue the "ps ax | grep spamassassin" command).
     

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