Ross J. Reedstrom writes:
> Hmm, multiple processors, and lots of IPC: I've got a bad feeling
> about this.
Although I'm not absolutely certain, the systems on which I had this
problem were not multi-processor, they were just plain-old workstations in
a university computer lab. At the time (7.0 beta) I had attributed this
problem to the possibly supicious nature of the /tmp partition, since Marc
didn't have any such problems with his Solaris boxes.
After reading Pete Forman's anecdote I looked around some more and found
Workaround: from now on, Postfix on Solaris uses stream
pipes instead of UNIX-domain sockets. Despite workarounds,
the latter were causing more trouble than anything else on
all systems combined.
There are also some reports that indicate problems in this direction at
Conclusion: Don't use it.
Peter Eisentraut peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net http://yi.org/peter-e/
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