(Has no effect unless SINGLE_EMAIL_ONLY is set) SA_LINT="/usr/bin/spamassassin --lint"; # Command used to lint the rules SA_RESTART="/etc/init.d/amavisd restart"; # Command used to restart spamd # May be /etc/rc.d/init.d/spamassassin restart # For amavisd, may be /etc/init.d/amavisd restart # For minedefang, may be /etc/init.d/mimedefang restart CURL_PROG="/usr/bin/curl"; # Location of the curl program CURL_OPTS="-w % --compressed -O -R -s -S -z"; # Parameters of the curl program CURL="$ $"; # Curl program with parameters WGET_PROG="/usr/bin/wget"; # Location of the wget program WGET_OPTS="-N" # Parameters of the wget program WGET="$ $"; # Wget program with parameters PERL="/usr/bin/perl"; # Location of the perl program GREP="/bin/grep"; # Location of the grep program TAIL="/usr/bin/tail -n 1"; # Location (and parameters) for 'tail -n 1' HEAD="/usr/bin/head -n 1"; # Location (and parameters) for 'head -n 1' MAILCMD="/bin/mail"; # Location of the mail program # that takes and understand the -s flag # DEBUG="true"; # Uncomment this to force debug mode on (or use -D), e.g.
/bin/sh # schaal @it # # Simple script to update Spam Assassin SYSLOG_TAG=sa-update compile=0 logger -d -t $SYSLOG_TAG "Start SA-Update" sa-update --nogpg retval="$?
) channel: lint check of update failed, channel failed sa-update failed for unknown reasons After this, the spamassassin service is unable to restart, trying systemctl restart spamassassin.service I get the following errors in syslog: spamd: logger: removing stderr method spamd: config: no rules were found! spamd: child process  exited or timed out without signaling production of a PID file: e systemd: spamassassin.service: Control process exited, code=exited status=255 systemd: Failed to start Perl-based spam filter using text analysis.kerület 36 hours for changes to the updates rulesets to propagate.The fix has been committed upstream, and should get published to the channel within the next day or so. It makes it quite a bit harder to respond to changes in spam patterns, and also to push fixes such as this one.Most of the rulesets that Rules Du Jour supports can be found on the SA Rules Emporium web site.I do not issue any guarantee that this will work for you!But that's something to discuss upstream more so than here. Last modified: Wed Jul 18 2018; Machine Name: beach Debian Bug tracking system Debbugs is free software and licensed under the terms of the GNU Public License version 2.