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i thought it was there as well, but it doesnt seem to be
here is the situation, i let redhat automake its partitions during the setup
of this machine, it made a 250 meg /var partition and a 10 gig /usr
/var is strapped due to email use
i have /var/spool/mail mounted to /usr/mail (mount -o bind)
/var/spool/mqueue is mounted to /usr/mqueue
and /var/tmp is mounted to /usr/vartmp
when i send a message to myself, and check df, the /var partition fills up
... then i suppose the file gets moved to my mailbox in /var/spool/mail as
the disk space is then freed in /var
i just cannot figure out where in /var that temp file is being written, as i
want to move it so that it too is mounted to another folder in /usr so that
it wont fill up /var
this is temporary until i can get the new mail server up and working with a
much larger /var and every one's mailbox being in /home/username/maildir
----- Original Message -----
From: "KoReE" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Silug-Discuss@Silug.Org" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 3:37 PM
Subject: Re: sendmail...
> hmm...I've always thought it was mqueue, but I guess I'm mistaken...
> Koree A. Smith | Ameth Technologies
> firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com
> I was walkin' down the street,
> when I thought I heard this voice say,
> "Say, ain't we walkin' down the same street,
> together on the very same day",
> And I said,
> "Hey senorita, that's astute", I said,
> "Why don't we get together and call ourselves an institute"
> On Tue, 29 Oct 2002, Ophidian wrote:
> > anyone know where sendmail would store temporary files before it puts
> > in someone's mailbox?
> > its not /var/spool/mqueue
> > nor /var/spool/mail
> > nor /var/tmp
> > i cant figure out where in /var it is, but i know its in /var, just cant
> > find it
> > Casey
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