I installed majordomo 1.93 in a FreeBSD 2.1R.
The ported files seemed to be okay. However, when I tried to setup the mail aliases and I sent my first help (test) message to the majordomo alias, my system screwud up.
The perl interpreter started to swap memory like hell, it skyrocketed. It's size went up to 56M and resources up to 25M (top software output).
I could not understand such a behavior. Then, I tried upgrading my perl 5.002 to 5.003, and switching the #!/usr/local/bin/perl to the good old #!/usr/bin/perl 4.0 in the scripts. Nothing worked.
I killed the perl interpreter and the mail came out. I tried again, over and over. The memory leak was still there. My other perl scripts work just fine. The only troubled is the Majordomo.
I would like to know if you have any ideas of what might be happening or what could I do to overcome this.
Any help appreciated.
Look towards your answering soon,