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Qman <member26236dbforums.com> wrote: >Ok - I did some more digging and this is what I have found. >MMDF is trying to deliver a mail message that is undeliverable. This >generates an undeliverable message, which also cannot be delivered since >we do not use the system for mail. As a result, there are hundreds of >undeliverable emails in there, each generating another undeliverable >mail message. >By killing the MMDF process, I am able to free up system resources, >however the MMDF process starts again within 24 hours. After reviewing Ten bucks says you are rebooting. >the article that you mentioned, I ...

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    Qman <member26236dbforums.com> wrote:
    >Ok - I did some more digging and this is what I have found.
    >MMDF is trying to deliver a mail message that is undeliverable. This
    >generates an undeliverable message, which also cannot be delivered since
    >we do not use the system for mail. As a result, there are hundreds of
    >undeliverable emails in there, each generating another undeliverable
    >mail message.
    >By killing the MMDF process, I am able to free up system resources,
    >however the MMDF process starts again within 24 hours. After reviewing
    Ten bucks says you are rebooting.
    >the article that you mentioned, I have been able to determine that there
    >are no lock files or missing files as described in that article.
    >The next question I have is: How safe is it to uninstall MMDF? Under
    You can uninstall it or just disable it by removing the script (P86MMDF?)
    in /etc/rc2.d that starts it.

    You can then remove the /usr/spool/mmdf directory too if you like.

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