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dhanju 10-20-2005 02:50 AM

how to auto detect the status of sendmail!!!!!!!!!!
 
dear sir/madam,

we are trying to make sendmail servers to work as primary and domain servers. i will explain the current situation.

we are having mailserver sendmail(rh9), this mail server should be running without any interrupt for responding to the client. For this we made a setup with two systems(system1 & system2) having sendmail and heartbeat services configured, at a particular time in system1 sendmail and heartbeat will running and in system2 heartbeat alone will be running.
so if anything happens to the system1 (either heartbeat problem or communication problem), system2 is taking up the sendmail service using the heartbeat.(this was the things going on now for us).

"but what we need is if any thing problem comes to the sendmail service itself in system1, system2 should take over the sendmail service on its own using heartbeat."

thank in advance.

KimVette 10-20-2005 11:24 AM

Try adding a few more exclamation points to your subject!!!!!!!!!!!!111111111111!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:tisk:

dhanju 10-20-2005 11:32 PM

KimVette thks for ur suggestion
 
dear KimVette ,

i think ur every intelligent person in the forum, so that u have repiled,
what u have told is a great solution, i will follow it.

keep continuing this work to all.(u r very much technically strong)

trickykid 10-21-2005 06:05 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by KimVette
Try adding a few more exclamation points to your subject!!!!!!!!!!!!111111111111!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:tisk:
Instead of replying like this, please just report it to a moderator as I've seen worse Thread Titles to tell you the truth.

Regards.

acid_kewpie 10-21-2005 04:07 PM

please reply to the threads in question, not like this.. this is just messy...

david_ross 10-22-2005 06:35 AM

The threads have been merged.


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