[Mailman-Users] Solaris 10 and Mailman
s.watkins at nhm.ac.uk
Tue Feb 12 11:25:28 CET 2013
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> Sent: Friday, February 08, 2013 6:41 PM
> Subject: [Mailman-Users] Solaris 10 and Mailman
> Does anyone happen to have a SMF script for mailman they would care to
> Thanks in advance.
> Con Wieland
> Office of Information Technology
> University of California at Irvine
A quick google turns up the following : https://github.com/snltd/smf/blob/master/manifest/mailman.xml
It looks (at a brief glance) like it'd work pretty much straight out of the box although you will probably have to change exec line so that it calls mailmanctrl rather than mailman.sh as it does. You'll probably also want to change the dependency 'name' for your MTA as the one you're using will probably differ from svc:/snltd/exim:default.. or you could always just drop the requirement to have mailman's operation 'dependent' on the state of your system's MTA.
I quite like this SMF xml for mailman as it lists filesystem, network, MTA and name services as 'dependencies' so in a way it should check that all the daemons needed for a healthy mailing list service are running.
Anyway it looks like a pretty good place to start. Good luck.
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