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[29/Jul/2004 18:14:01] services.cpp: Select failed in services acceptor loop: code -1, (9) Bad file descriptor
[29/Jul/2004 18:14:08] services.cpp: Select failed in services acceptor loop: code -1, (9) Bad file descriptor

Ahh there it goes and funny thing whenever that happens the
whole mailserver starts playing up.

Now i'm getting the old syndrome sending emails o.k
Recieving NOGO now i can see what some of the other posts mean
about the phantom disapearances of the server on the net yet
DNS setttings etc are all correct and DNS is running machines been resarted in case of memory leaks etc but still nogo after everythings startedup.

Theres a nasty gremlin running round in this program
every now and then and it's hard to put a finger on
where the problem lies as i'm not a programmer.

Best i can put it down to is the program gets vague?
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