[Dovecot] v1.1.0 released

Charles Marcus CMarcus at Media-Brokers.com
Mon Jun 23 18:08:37 EEST 2008

On 6/23/2008, Philipp Kolmann (kolmann at zid.tuwien.ac.at) wrote:
>>> It fails on random files, since the system is running a few
>>> daemons without any problem I'd go for the gcc bug.

>> Actually, failing at random point when compiling is *much* more 
>> likely to be a memory error.
>> If the 'few daemons' don't happen to ever hit the bad ram, that 
>> would explain why they don't fail.
>> Just try replacing the RAM (RAM is chep nowadays), and see if it 
>> fixes the problem.

> or test with memtest (if x86): 

I have seen bad memory pass memtest for hours on end, so memtest is not 
a 100% reliable way to test it. The best almost sure-fire test I have 
found is compiling something big (like X, or even a kernel)...

Again... ram is chep... just replace it and see.


Best regards,


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