warn: netset: cannot include ... as it has already been included

sehh

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Something in the past updates has caused SpamAssassin to report these errors:

Oct 23 12:10:16.392 [7557] warn: netset: cannot include 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1/128 as it has already been included
Oct 23 12:10:16.394 [7557] warn: netset: cannot include 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1/128 as it has already been included

I can replicate them easily by just running "spamassassin --lint".

Has this already been reported? is there a known solution?
 

Bigwebmaster

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Same thing happening for me, just started in the last few days. Anytime when I run sa-update I get this error now:

netset: cannot include 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1/128 as it has already been included
 

sehh

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hmm interesting to see a bug that is quite obvious, which has trickled down from EDGE all the way to STABLE without a single person reporting it.

Although nothing major, it still concerns me that this has appeared in STABLE.
 

JamieW

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Yes, as Infopro quoted and in the Apache link above, the work-around works for me. My WHM "Install a Perl Module" showed I had NetAddr::IP version 4.050. So per the Apache link, I did the "/scripts/perlinstaller --force NetAddr::IP" and "/scripts/perlinstaller Mail::SpamAssassin" commands. This reverts it back to 4.048.

This stops the error messages, and should be good until a fixed NetAddr is out. The notes state that cPanel will hold it at 4.048 until a fixed version is out. So presumably, after completing the above commands, you won't have to do anything further; the system will update when ready.
 
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nootkan

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So am I understanding this correctly that those of us who don't understand how or where to implement
"/scripts/perlinstaller --force NetAddr::IP" and "/scripts/perlinstaller Mail::SpamAssassin" commands. This reverts it back to 4.048.
can wait for the cPanel upgrade to fix this?
 

cPanelTristan

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Do you have root SSH access to the machine? If you do, you simply run the commands inside the "" exactly as listed to process the commands.

If you do not have root SSH access to the machine, you would need to ask your hosting provider to do so.
 

nootkan

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Thank you cPanel Tristan for the good explanation, I kept trying it unsuccessfully with the "". It worked fine for me after following your instructions.
 

crazyaboutlinux

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i was meant to say, i had this issue, but i have forgotten to update that the provided FIX is working fine.

Sorry for the mistake:(