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Bug#283460: marked as forwarded (Large log files in .bogofilter)

Subject: Bug#283460: marked as forwarded Large log files in .bogofilter
From: Debian Bug Tracking System
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 03:03:17 -0800
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has caused the Debian Bug report #283460,
regarding Large log files in .bogofilter
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From: Clint Adams <[email protected]>
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Subject: Re: Bug#283460: Large log files in .bogofilter
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> The current release of Bogofilter produces a number of large files in the
> .bogofilter directory, where previously there was only one "wordlist.db"
> file. Especially the accumulating log files suggest that there is a problem
> with the interface between Bogofilter and the Berkeley DB system.
> Suggestion: look into the "autoclean" feature of the 4.2 Berkeley release.

There is unreleased code for such a config setting; currently you would
need to make your own DB_CONFIG file though.

> Some bogoutil actions now lead to error messages:
> $ bogoutil -c 1 -m .bogofilter/wordlist.db
> Lock table is out of available locks
> bogoutil: (db) DB->del('subj:signup'), err: 12, Cannot allocate memory

I believe this is addressed in the FAQ.

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