|-C name [CONFIG]|
|show value for configuration variable "name"|
|-f||run foreground, use for debugging|
|kill running process (TERM in SIGNALS)|
|prepare & show process status (USR1 in SIGNALS)|
|prepare & show process status file name|
|reload configuration (HUP in SIGNALS)|
|-t||syntax check & dump configuration (except messages)|
|syntax check & dump configuration (including messages)|
|-V||show version & compiled-in options|
required for most commands, except -t and -T.
HUP reload configuration USR1 dump statistics (see -s in OPTIONS) TERM close server socket and wait for existing sessions to finish. QUIT same as above
Listening port MUST be protected from world-access or proxy will act as open-relay. This can be achieved either by setting bind_address to internal IP, or by denying listen-port access from outside world using iptables.
You can request status dump, by using smtp-gated -s config_file or by sending SIGUSR1 to daemon process. This will write status to the statusfile.
It will contain the following (may change in further versions):
Start time: Thu Mar 3 17:06:21 2005 daemon start time Restart time: Tue Mar 15 14:34:41 2005 daemon last SIGHUP time Uptime: 11d 21h 28m 22s time since Start time Found: 43/0 (viruses/spam) number of [viruses/spam] found so far; this *does not count* any virus/spam avoided with client-lock (see: Rejects: lock) Children: 1/18 (current/max) current/maximum number of user sessions Requests: 25238/113/7506 (total/direct/empty) total number of sessions/direct (=TLS) sessions/empty sessions (=without transaction). Rejects: 0/458/10421/0 (host/ident/lock/other) Rejected requests; because of per-host-limit/per-ident-limit/client-locked/other reason.
Next, current running sessions:
slot internal connection table client slot pid serving process ID state SMTP session state flags session flags:
AUTH: a=supported, A=accepted
time session running time source source (client) IP target destination (server/MTA) IP trns number of current transaction cli_rx client-received byte count srv_rx server-received byte count kbps average speed (since connection started) in kbits/second ident client ident*
See http://smtp-proxy.klolik.org/#bugs for details.
Bartlomiej Korupczynski <email@example.com>
|Bartlomiej Korupczynski||SMTP-GATED (1)||2013-02-26|