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Christopher A. Adams wanted us to know:
>I'm not sure if this is a Majordom problem or Postfix, so if anyone can
>tell me, I would appreciate it.
>When a subscriber sends a message to the list, the message is returned
>with the following:
><email@example.com>: Command died with status 12:
> "/usr/local/majordomo/wrapper resend -p bulk -M 10000 -l osps-news -f
> osps-news-Owner -h sparkie.osl.state.or.us -r osps-news osps-news-wip"
>This seems to be happening with other lists as well and I can't find any
>information about what status 12 is.
Searching for died "status 12" (exactly that) I found the following
in a perl mailing list:
3072 indicates the process died with status 12 (perl -e 'print 3072 >>
8,"\n"', see perldoc -f system) Error 12 is 'Cannot allocate memory'.
Looks like the machine didn't have enough memory available to run PGP.
That also matches this:
[root@lug /usr/include/asm]# grep 12 errno.h
#define ENOMEM 12 /* Out of memory */
Blue skies... Todd
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