yesterday night my Djigzo running out of space, not
really, 350 MB free,
but it stops delivering emails and and try to send a notification.
So after I free space, there were 33000 notification pending and so the system still does
not work correctly.
The problem is, it sends the notification to postmaster(a)srv-bn-segw01.yyy.com and not to
postmaster(a)yyy.com, so they bounced.
So I created the domain srv-bn-segw01.yyy.com
and after a few hours, I got my emails
coming still the crash exists.
First question, where can I change the address postfix is sending his alerts?
As far as I know the notification messages are sent to postmaster.
Postfix will then add "My Hostname" (see MTA settings) as the domain and
try to deliver the email. If you want a different error notification
recipient I think (haven't tested it) you can change the following
Second question is, after I deleted many logs, there
is still much less space free, then before.
Any idea where I can make more free space?
You first need to check which files takes a lot of space.
For example you can use du to get an overview of disk usage:
sudo du --max-depth=1 -h /
Which version of Djigzo are you using? Are you using the Virtual
Appliance or did you install it yourself using DEBs or RPMs?
Last question is, did anyone manage to sync
certificates between two machines, to get a automatic backup server via MX record?
There currently is no easy way to synchronize the certificates. The best
way is to make use of Postgres database synchronization. For example
using PGPool http://www.pgpool.net/