Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 229179
check_whitelist and check_spamd scripts missing.
Last modified: 2009-07-14 13:07:02 EDT
Description of problem:
The SA source contains 2 useful perl scripts, one to maintain the autowhitelist
database file and a nagios monitoring script. It would be helpful if you could
include them. I've attached a patch below (which you will may want to tweak a bit).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Created attachment 148315 [details]
Patch file for spamassassin that adds check_whitelist and check_spamd scripts.
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this is still an issue against the current version.
fwiw, I think this is a good idea and have opened it upstream:
Still missing in F-9. Since I'd actually like to use check_whitelist, I'm
bumping the severity.
It sounds like upstream is considering this for 3.0, but may rename the commands?
I don't see why we can't ship them now however.
Will see about pushing the change into rawhide, and then if all looks well,
the next upstream update we can push them into stable releases.
I spoke too soon. These scripts are no longer shipped with 3.2.5 that I can see.
Can you provide an updated patch with their locations?
Or perhaps they are called something else?
The upstream report says that it is a milestone for the 3.3 release. I can't find any reason for their removal (actually they removed the entire tools/ and contrib/ folders in 3.2).
ok, so what shall we do here? Wait until 3.3 and then add them when upstream does? If so, should we close this now? or leave it open?
I think we should leave it open until the upstream bug report is closed.
ok. Sounds fine to me. If you do notice anything related to this please do update the bug so we see it.
I will also add the upstream bug linked to this.
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