dccifd and copfilter error

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I have been a big fan of copfilter addon to IPCOP for some time. I'm currently using copfilter Version: 2.0.91beta4. in IPCOP v2.0.6. I've been told not to upgrade to the newest version of IPCOP as it will not work with copfilter. So I wait.

One of the recent issues has been a constant warning:

 warn: dcc: dccifd -> check skipped: dcc: failed to connect to a socket /var/log/copfilter/default/opt/dcc/dccifd: Connection refused

I could not find anything to iron out this issue under copfilter, so I went directly to dcc commentary since the implementation in copfilter connects dcc with spamassassin. The files structure for that locations is not a file or a directory and is zero bytes. The permissions on the file are srw-rw-rw owned by copfilter. That part is fine. After searching around from that directories location, I found a test program in the bin directory called dccif-test which also said that the socket was not open connection refused. I finally found what I was looking for on this site which took some careful reading. "That socket is created by starting dccifd as a daemon." Though, it doesn't state how to do that, I decided to look for the executable file by that name, which I found under the directory libexec. Executing the file without parameters (I thought a parameter would be needed to run it as a daemon, but apparently not). I checked the process stack, ps aux | grep dcc and found dccifd running. After that the test on the socket worked fine. 

I was able to run start spamd with the socket running. I don't know why dccifd stopped running. It had been out for weeks. I was seeing unwanted spam where there should be, but now I know to check if dccifd is running at all and if not to start it. This resolved the dcc checks for me.

Written by Leonard Rogers on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 | Comments (0)


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