Re: SMTP problem

Alok joshi <alok@giasbma.vsnl.net.in> Thu, 07 November 1996 05:57 UTC

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Hello,
	Thanks verymuch for your help,maybe the next time it occurs we
will check it out but i still am not able to understand that why the 25
port gets clogged and refuses connection( At least it should accept the
incoming mails).Can you also guide me regarding Ox and OX options in
sendmail.cf file.Their is no entry regarding these terms in my sendmail.cf
file.
			Thanks again

					Alok Joshi
 > > 1) Run the "uptime" command and see what your load
average is.
> 2) Use the 'ps' command and see what else is running that is causing the
> load average to be that high.
> 3) Kill processes that shouldn't be running.  I suspect that you have
> some user that has multiple CPU-bound jobs running in the background.
> 
> If that doesn't fix it, let me know and I'll see what else I can suggest...
> -- 
> 				Valdis Kletnieks
> 				Computer Systems Engineer
> 				Virginia Tech
> 
> 
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