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Old 08-15-2010, 01:49 PM
JB
 
Default sendmail: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2: Unknown error .....

Philip Prindeville <philipp_subx <at> redfish-solutions.com> writes:

>
> Recently started seeing the messages:
>
> Aug 14 15:20:29 mail sendmail[8805]: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2:
Unknown error 1928739888
> Aug 14 15:20:29 mail sendmail[8805]: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2:
Unknown error 1928743376
>
Hi,
search Google: sendmail[8805]: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2
http://www.issociate.de/board/post/277603/Solution_to__%22unable_to_open_Berkeley_db_/etc/sasldb2%22.html

JB


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Old 08-15-2010, 08:07 PM
Philip Prindeville
 
Default sendmail: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2: Unknown error .....

On 08/15/2010 07:49 AM, JB wrote:
> Philip Prindeville <philipp_subx <at> redfish-solutions.com> writes:
>
>> Recently started seeing the messages:
>>
>> Aug 14 15:20:29 mail sendmail[8805]: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2:
> Unknown error 1928739888
>> Aug 14 15:20:29 mail sendmail[8805]: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2:
> Unknown error 1928743376
> Hi,
> search Google: sendmail[8805]: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2
> http://www.issociate.de/board/post/277603/Solution_to__%22unable_to_open_Berkeley_db_/etc/sasldb2%22.html
>
> JB
>

Yeah, that was FC4... seems to be unrelated.

I have two TB 3.1.1 clients using the same credentials. The Mac client works (it's 32bit). The FC13 client fails (it's 64bit).

I suspect that there's a 64-bit portability issue.

-Philip

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Old 08-15-2010, 08:40 PM
"Philip A. Prindeville"
 
Default sendmail: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2: Unknown error .....

On 08/15/2010 02:07 PM, Philip Prindeville wrote:
> On 08/15/2010 07:49 AM, JB wrote:
>> Philip Prindeville <philipp_subx <at> redfish-solutions.com> writes:
>>
>>> Recently started seeing the messages:
>>>
>>> Aug 14 15:20:29 mail sendmail[8805]: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2:
>> Unknown error 1928739888
>>> Aug 14 15:20:29 mail sendmail[8805]: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2:
>> Unknown error 1928743376
>> Hi,
>> search Google: sendmail[8805]: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2
>> http://www.issociate.de/board/post/277603/Solution_to__%22unable_to_open_Berkeley_db_/etc/sasldb2%22.html
>>
>> JB
>>
> Yeah, that was FC4... seems to be unrelated.
>
> I have two TB 3.1.1 clients using the same credentials. The Mac client works (it's 32bit). The FC13 client fails (it's 64bit).
>
> I suspect that there's a 64-bit portability issue.
>
> -Philip
>

Found the issue. Somehow the update process had changed my default SMTP server's authentication method from something other than "normal password" (STARTTLS).

Set it back, and all is right with the world again.

Odd that sendmail should generate such a bogus error message... in /var/log/messages... which a random value for the errno (or whatever) no less.


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