Mailman is hard for my customers to use. Is anyone using something better?
Most of my customers don't use it for discussions, but rather just sending out newsletters and such. Can you recommend anything better?
I get my liscense through ProNIC and had my credit card stolen, they said it'd be okay for 10 days, but they expired my liscense now on day 3!!
I need a new liscense ASAP! Can anyone help! I'll gladly buy it from you.
PM me for my IP address or just send me a link to where I can sign-up...
Yeah, you could just create the databases required for each customer and then copy your backups of /var/lib/mysql/USERDATEABASE into the new /var/lib/mysql/USERDATABASE folder... that saves on that running the sql imports.
... you do have to have copies of the .frm, .MYI and .MYsomething else...
Okay, I figured out what was goign on here.
deliver_queue_load_max = 3
Needed to be increased because my average load is higher than that. Since my load was higher the queue would never run itself :(
deliver_queue_load_max = 9
What could cause this? About three weeks ago I was a happy camper with 2-3 messages but this is just crazy and it's killing my server load.
I've run /scripts/exim4
I just tried setting this in exim.conf:
ignore_bounce_errors_after = 2m
timeout_frozen_after = 2m
... and then...
I am using the mailscanner (clamav) and I just noticed that I've got emails sitting my queue as old as 29days.
What could be wrong?
I'd like 'em to bounce back around 7 days or so like normal.
I've got the default setting at the bottom of my /etc/exim.conf
Bummer... I know I'm using Urchin just fine. But I'm not processing the logs through the Urchin admin interface. I just let cPanel do it and then access it through cPanel's urchin.cgi script and it seems to work fine.
I wish you the best... but it looks like you've got a hard road ahead... this market (hosting) seems very saturated with forum and support type sites... so it seems like a hard market to pursue to me.
Evidently cpanel puts the SSL log file in: /var/log/ instead of with the other log files /usr/local/apache/domlogs and from some reason it DOES NOT rotate that log file... so there it was. A big stinkin 2 gig log file sitting in /var/log... shesh.
It'd like to thank everyone that...
Check this out:
The command: /usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl start
Returns the following:
/usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl: line 192: 27845 File size limit exceeded$HTTPD -DSSL
/usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl start: httpd could not be started