ASSP X strange activity every minute

bslezak

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All,

I just installed ASSP X on a new server, and I noticed my exim log had consistent activity every minute:

Code:
2007-09-15 00:30:03 SMTP connection from [127.0.0.1]:45543 I=[127.0.0.1]:125 (TCP/IP connection count = 1)
2007-09-15 00:30:03 SMTP connection from [127.0.0.1]:45546 I=[127.0.0.1]:125 (TCP/IP connection count = 2)
2007-09-15 00:30:03 SMTP connection from [127.0.0.1]:45546 I=[127.0.0.1]:125 lost
2007-09-15 00:30:03 SMTP connection from [127.0.0.1]:45543 I=[127.0.0.1]:125 lost
This corresponds to the ASSP log:

Code:
Sep-15-07 00:30:03 - root - ASSP localemails step 1 cached
Sep-15-07 00:30:03 - root - ASSP localemails step 2 cached
Sep-15-07 00:30:03 - root - ASSP localemails step 3 cached
Sep-15-07 00:30:03 - root - ASSP localemails step 4 cached
Sep-15-07 00:30:03 - root - ASSP running, listen on port 25, listen on secondary port 2525
Sep-15-07 00:31:03 - root - ASSP running, listen on port 25, listen on secondary port 2525
Sep-15-07 00:32:03 - root - ASSP running, listen on port 25, listen on secondary port 2525
Sep-15-07 00:33:03 - root - ASSP localemails step 1 cached
Sep-15-07 00:33:03 - root - ASSP localemails step 2 cached
Sep-15-07 00:33:03 - root - ASSP localemails step 3 cached
Sep-15-07 00:33:03 - root - ASSP localemails step 4 cached
I have no idea what it is doing, but it appears to be internal. It is very consistent and repetitive, and did not start until I installed ASSP X.

Any advice is appreciated.

-Brian
 

bslezak

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Asspcheck

So I figured out it is asspcheck, /usr/local/assp/scripts/asspcheck. What I don't understand is what it's doing junking up my exim_mainlog file. :mad:

Anyone know of a way to make exim ignore connections from localhost to port 125 so these tests aren't being logged constantly?

Thanks in advance.

-Brian
 
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