[Spambayes] ham,Re: Spambayes load error - Bad Pickle Data??
dale at BriannasSaladDressing.com
Mon Oct 8 16:08:49 CEST 2007
I wonder if he meant ThunderBayes 1.0.1?
At some point since the installation of this version of ThunderBayes, I
have been having SpamBayes crash problems on our local network.
Spambayes is Debian version 1.0.4-3. Clients are Thunderbird 18.104.22.168
with the aforementioned ThunderBayes 1.0.1. I have not been able to
locate where SpamBayes errors are logged in Debian. Not being able to
find them, if they even exist, I started over with a new dbm database.
Shortly after the 1st users started their email this morning, SpamBayes
started crashing. I am now more inclined to believe it is something
with the clients, but don't know where to look for clues.
The latest ThunderBayes has a default option of "Use internal SpamBayes
proxy". Since I am using a server-based SpamBayes setup, could that be
the source of the problem?
skip at pobox.com wrote:
> Dave> I've looked at the FAQ - nothing obvious caught my eye, and I've
> Dave> uninstalled and reinstalled both Thunderbird and Spambayes, but to
> Dave> no avail.
> Have you tried retraining from scratch? Sounds like your training database
> got trashed.
> Dave> Thunderbird 22.214.171.124
> Dave> Spambayes 1.0.1
> Dave> Windows XP, patched up to date.
> I think you mean 126.96.36.199 for the T-Bird version. 1.0.1 is pretty darn
> ancient SpamBayes. I recommend you download at least 1.0.4. Better yet
> would be to give 1.1a4 a try. We can always use feedback on the latest
> alpha from Windows users.
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