Sat May 26 20:21:31 UTC 2007
"Vernon Schryver" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > From: "Chris Aseltine" > >> What exactly would an error like this mean, or what would cause it? >> >> May 25 23:52:30 dakota dccd grey: 1792 requests/sec are too many >> from 32768 127.0.0.1,41617 > > It means that the DCC client on port 41617 on 127.0.0.1 with DCC client-ID > 32768 sent at least 1792 requests in the preceeding second to the greylist > server. > > 1792 requests/second are more than 150 million requests per day. > A DCC client hitting a server that hard is probably attempting a > denial of service attack. Ok, but this was happening on every single email I received, even test messages sent from myself to myself. Sometimes it would occur 4-5X in my log each time. Anyway, restarting dccd and dccm seemed to resolve the problem.
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