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"failure notice" email to root@hostname.hostname

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by schlingel, Nov 15, 2009.

  1. schlingel

    schlingel Guest

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    I just upgraded from 8.6 to 9.2.3 and everything went smooth (luckily) but now I keep getting email bounces. The weird thing, those Mails are supposed to go to root (cron results and such).

    Assume my Hostname is X1234, the emails can't be delivered, as they can be deliverd to root@X1234.X1234 as the Host X1234.X1234 can't be found. Of course it can't, it doesn't exist, it should be X1234

    I checked the hostname settings in Plesk, checked hostname on the shell and checked YAST too, there is the correct hostname everywhere. So does anyone have an idea where this might come from?

    Here is one of the emails:
     
  2. IgorG

    IgorG Forums Analyst Staff Member

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    Try to check content of /var/qmail/control/locals file.
    Try to rebuild mail configuration with

    /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/mchk --with-spam

    I hope it will help.
     
  3. schlingel

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    Thanks a lot.
    After the update, the hostname was incorrect but displayed correctly in the Plesk Interface. So I reset it. run mchk, and restarted Qmail. That solved the problem.

    Thanks again for pointing me in the right direction.
     
  4. PTS

    PTS New Pleskian

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    How to you check the hostname via CLI? I'm having the same issue you had and nothing I've done has been able to resolve the issue.

    I'm also getting a few other cron error emails each night which might be caused if the hostname is incorrect.
     
  5. schlingel

    schlingel Guest

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    Simply with the command:
    hostname
    In essence, Changing your Hostname in the Plesk admin interface so something completely different and then back to the real hostname should do the trick.
    Dont forget to run mchk, and restart Qmail afterwards
     
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