Error reading ACLs every couple seconds in error log.

Discussion in 'General' started by FeraTechInc, Apr 8, 2011.

  1. FeraTechInc

    FeraTechInc ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    I am getting the following error:

    Apr 8 16:33:55 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument

    This is happening at least every 30 seconds.

    I have checked the error log, warn log and there doesn't seem like there is a single reason for these errors except they are getting worse....
     
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Which ISPConfig version do you use?
     
  3. FeraTechInc

    FeraTechInc ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    We are using version: 3.0.2.2
    On Ubuntu 9.10 x64 Perfect Server
     
  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    The problem is a empty line in a mailbox cofig file. This has been fixed some time ago. Please update to ispconfig 3.0.3.2. You might have to change a setting like quota in the affected mailbox so that the file get rewritten.
     
  5. FeraTechInc

    FeraTechInc ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    Should I be worried about doing the update and back everything up or is the update safe?
     
  6. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    As a rule of thumb, you should always do backups on production systems - you never know what can go wrong...
     
  7. FeraTechInc

    FeraTechInc ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    I am still getting a TON of these errors:

    Apr 15 00:38:33 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 00:39:38 fs2 imapd: last message repeated 5 times
    Apr 15 00:45:22 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 01:04:04 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 01:08:38 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 01:09:40 fs2 imapd: last message repeated 5 times
    Apr 15 01:15:28 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 01:26:27 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 01:34:09 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 01:38:43 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 01:40:12 fs2 imapd: last message repeated 5 times
    Apr 15 01:45:34 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 02:04:13 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 02:08:47 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 02:10:14 fs2 imapd: last message repeated 5 times
    Apr 15 02:15:40 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 02:26:39 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 02:34:18 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 02:38:52 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 02:40:15 fs2 imapd: last message repeated 5 times
    Apr 15 02:45:46 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 03:04:23 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 03:08:57 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 03:10:17 fs2 imapd: last message repeated 5 times
    Apr 15 03:15:51 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 03:26:48 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 03:28:30 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 03:34:27 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 03:39:00 fs2 imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
    Apr 15 03:40:19 fs2 imapd: last message repeated 5 times

    Is there any way to track down where these are coming from?
     

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