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mailman in crond causes my server to crash

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by discofever, Apr 19, 2006.

  1. discofever

    discofever Guest

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    Kinda weird, and I don't understand why.

    Here's what i'm getting before a 'crash' :


    quote:Apr 13 19:45:02 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7189]: session opened for user mailman by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 19:45:02 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7190]: session opened for user root by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 19:45:03 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7190]: session closed for user root
    Apr 13 19:45:04 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7189]: session closed for user mailman
    Apr 13 19:50:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7220]: session opened for user mailman by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 19:50:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7220]: session closed for user mailman
    Apr 13 19:55:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7261]: session opened for user mailman by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 19:55:02 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7261]: session closed for user mailman
    Apr 13 20:00:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7293]: session opened for user mailman by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:00:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7294]: session opened for user root by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:00:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7295]: session opened for user root by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:00:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7295]: session closed for user root
    Apr 13 20:00:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7294]: session closed for user root
    Apr 13 20:00:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7293]: session closed for user mailman
    Apr 13 20:01:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7302]: session opened for user root by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:01:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7302]: session closed for user root
    Apr 13 20:05:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7315]: session opened for user mailman by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:05:02 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7315]: session closed for user mailman
    Apr 13 20:06:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7317]: session opened for user drweb by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:06:09 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7317]: session closed for user drweb
    Apr 13 20:10:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7351]: session opened for user mailman by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:10:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7351]: session closed for user mailman
    Apr 13 20:15:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7368]: session opened for user mailman by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:15:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7370]: session opened for user root by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:15:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7368]: session closed for user mailman
    Apr 13 20:15:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7370]: session closed for user root
    Apr 13 20:20:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7397]: session opened for user mailman by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:20:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7397]: session closed for user mailman
    Apr 13 20:25:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7416]: session opened for user mailman by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:25:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7416]: session closed for user mailman
    Apr 13 20:30:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7441]: session opened for user mailman by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:30:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7443]: session opened for user root by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:30:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7443]: session closed for user root
    Apr 13 20:30:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7441]: session closed for user mailman
    Apr 13 20:35:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7466]: session opened for user mailman by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:35:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7466]: session closed for user mailman
    Apr 13 20:36:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7482]: session opened for user drweb by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:36:08 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7482]: session closed for user drweb
    Apr 13 20:36:51 plesk1 qmail: qmail-send shutdown succeeded
    Apr 13 20:36:53 plesk1 qmail: Starting qmail: succeeded
    Apr 13 20:38:01 plesk1 qmail: qmail-send shutdown succeeded
    Apr 13 20:38:02 plesk1 qmail: Starting qmail: succeeded
    Apr 13 20:38:39 plesk1 qmail: qmail-send shutdown succeeded
    Apr 13 20:38:40 plesk1 qmail: Starting qmail: succeeded
    Apr 13 20:40:01 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7771]: session opened for user mailman by (uid=0)
    Apr 13 20:40:04 plesk1 crond(pam_unix)[7771]: session closed for user mailman



    And then an error message before crash :

    quote:
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Tx buffers is full, queue stoped !!
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Some Tx buffers are released, queue restarted !!
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Tx buffers is full, queue stoped !!
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Some Tx buffers are released, queue restarted !!
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Tx buffers is full, queue stoped !!
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Some Tx buffers are released, queue restarted !!
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Tx buffers is full, queue stoped !!
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Some Tx buffers are released, queue restarted !!
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Tx buffers is full, queue stoped !!
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Some Tx buffers are released, queue restarted !!
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Tx buffers is full, queue stoped !!
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Some Tx buffers are released, queue restarted !!
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Tx buffers is full, queue stoped !!
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Some Tx buffers are released, queue restarted !!
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Tx buffers is full, queue stoped !!
    Apr 13 20:40:54 plesk1 kernel: eth0: Some Tx buffers are released, queue restarted !!
    Apr 14 09:24:50 plesk1 syslogd 1.4.1: restart.



    I have not found any line in cronjobs that's running that mailman, even if i stop the mailman (with mailmanctl stop) the messages keep coming back.

    Any help/clue would be VERY much appreciated !

    If not, plesk support really suxx and is very inexistant ! Too bad for a so good piece of software
     
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