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(SOLVED) 1.0.2 > 1.0.3.1 port 60000 down (mail)
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(SOLVED) 1.0.2 > 1.0.3.1 port 60000 down (mail)
Edit: changed the port in /etc/default/postgrey to 60000, somehow it was set back to 10023.

Hi all,

Since today (updated) I don't receive any emails. Sending them is not a problem.
In my logs I came across: warning: "connect to 127.0.0.1:60000: Connection refused" and under server status in ispcp the port is closed. Should I change anything anywhere in postfix or postgrey? It worked before the update.

Herman
(This post was last modified: 12-29-2009 07:51 AM by Smallserver.)
12-29-2009 06:59 AM
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RE: 1.0.2 > 1.0.3.1 port 60000 down (mail)
Port 60000 is for policy-weightd. Make sure that the service is starting and opening a socket on that port. The default service scripts sometimes only bind it to a local socket.
12-29-2009 07:16 AM
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RE: 1.0.2 > 1.0.3.1 port 60000 down (mail)
I checked everything, and added "OPTIONS=--inet=127.0.0.1:60000" to postgrey but the problem persists.
netstat -nlp | grep grey lists 127.0.0.1:10023

I disabled postgrey for the moment.
I remember reading something about this somewhere but I cannot find it again.

Herman

(12-29-2009 07:16 AM)motokochan Wrote:  Port 60000 is for policy-weightd. Make sure that the service is starting and opening a socket on that port. The default service scripts sometimes only bind it to a local socket.
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