Centos6 - Logwatch not mailing on 64bit (withdrawn)
At 12:32 PM 8/21/2011, you wrote:
>Well, can we verify whether the sent mail generated in the
>/var/log/mail.log? Also, (assuming that you are running Postfix), I
>assume that the configuration are identical on both 32-bit and
>64-bit systems, right?
>On Aug 21, 2011, at 3:23 PM, david wrote:
> > Folks
> > Logwatch is doing its thing properly on my 32-bit servers, delivering
> > the report by mail to my root account once a day sometime around 3:30am.
> > On the 64-bit systems, no mail is occurring. From the "cron" log on
> > a 64-bit system, there are lines like:
> > cron-20110821:Aug 21 03:36:23 XXX run-parts(/etc/cron.daily):
> > finished 0logwatch
> > (where "XXX" stands for the server name)
> > but no report is sent.
> > If I run logtwatch manually, by simply typing
> > logwatch
> > as root, I get the mail.
> > Is this a known issue? Is there some information I could supply that
> > would help identify the reason?
> > To the best of my knowledge, I made no changes to the logwatch
> > Thanks
> > David Kurn
I apologize to the group; my observations were wrong and LOGWATCH
seems to be performing exactly as expected. I was misinterpreting
the mail data.
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