ls: /var/spool/exim/input/*-H: No such file or directory

pubenemy

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This is getting very annoying. Im logged in via ssh and this keeps posting to the screen.

ls: /var/spool/exim/input/*-H: No such file or directory

no matter what im doing in pico or top etc it posts that to the screen. Sometimes it'll go a minute or two between posts then it'll pop on 3-4 times in a row. Exim along with everything else seems to be running fine. Ive tried stopping/starting exim, I even reinstalled exim. No luck. Anyone have an idea for me to try?
Thanks
 

pubenemy

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Im not entering that command in ssh, its posting to my ssh session by itself. I cant figure out where its coming from.
 

pubenemy

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torwill thanks! mrtg was it, I went in and disabled that part of mrtg since it was driving me nuts.
 

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Originally posted by pubenemy
torwill thanks! mrtg was it, I went in and disabled that part of mrtg since it was driving me nuts.
Pubenemy, where in mrtg did you disable that?
 

pubenemy

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I actually decided not to disable it because it does actually report on those files if they are in face there. So what i did was just create a bogus file bogus-H and put it in that directory. And that took care of it.