[Esd-l] Running Sanitizer 1.133 on AIX w/Procmail 3.22 and Perl 5.6.1

John D. Hardin jhardin at impsec.org
Tue Apr 16 06:44:00 PDT 2002

On Tue, 16 Apr 2002, Michael H. Martel wrote:

> procmail: Out of memory
> buffer 0: " grep "^X-Content-Security: \[${HOST}\] REPORT: " | sed -e 
> 's/^.* REPORT:/REPORT:/g'"
> buffer 1: " grep "^X-Content-Security: \[${HOST}\] REPORT: " | sed -e 
> 's/^.* REPORT:/REPORT:/g'"

I have seen this reported one or two times before, and I have no idea
what is going on. I cannot duplicate it here, but I am running
somewhat older tools. I think I will make the multiple-report-line
code optional.

> procmail: Failed to execute " perl -p -e '      #\
>       $pastmsghdr = 1 if /^\s*$/;       #\

...which is the main sanitizer. Try turning on verbose logging. What
we're looking for is the return code from perl. It'll say something
along the lines of "filed with 87" or some other number.

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