my log files-is there any problem
ankush174 at gmail.com
Fri May 13 07:27:02 UTC 2005
> Hello Ankush,
> Check /var/log/cron to see what cron job is running. Jobs like sa
> (systat) generally run every 10 minutes as root. So these might be usual.
I have created few scripts also but they run once daily.I will check
the cron log also.
> For the sendmail logs, nothing much to worry as a relaying attempt was
> denied. If this is a public facing server running sendmail, these
> entries might be pretty common atleast in India.
> But if you are really worried, cheking the actual logs might give more
> insights to the problem
I am using Postfix and this machine is acting as Mail server for my
domain.I have Pix Firewall controlling my domain., so I am not much
worried about it.My main concern is cron logs.
The Postfix is also running as root means all the files in postfix
folder(/etc/postfix) are owned by root ,if i change the ownership of
those files to postfix(user as well as group) will it affect the
performance or working of Postfix.
Thanks & Regards
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