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From btb <listsb-spamassas...@bitrate.net>
Subject Re: different results when using --debug
Date Mon, 08 Dec 2014 14:28:13 GMT
i hope it's not too soon to ask about this again.  i'm not quite sure 
how to debug something like this when when it's --debug that is what 
behaves differently :)  i've put the commands and output into a pastebin 
this time.

On 2014.12.03 05.45, Mark Martinec wrote:
> listsb-spamassassin@bitrate.net wrote:
>> i was testing with a sample message, and noticed that when running
>> manually with --debug, there seem to be numerous differences in
>> the results, such as scores for the same tests differing, visual
>> ordering of results differing [is this significant?], and bayes not
>> being listed when using --debug. am i doing something wrong? are
>> my expectations misguided? i'm doing these tests as the user named
>> amavis, which the amavis software runs as.
>>
>>> spamassassin --test-mode --debug < message3.txt
>> 1.6 RCVD_IN_BRBL_LASTEXT RBL: No description available.
> [...]
>
>>> spamassassin --test-mode < message3.txt
>> 1.4 RCVD_IN_BRBL_LASTEXT RBL: No description available. [94.73.46.5
>> listed in bb.barracudacentral.org] -1.9 BAYES_00 BODY: Bayes spam
>> probability is 0 to 1% [score: 0.0000]
>
>
> Apparently in the first case a score set 1 was chosen, and in the
> second case a score set 3. Availability of a bayes scanner choses
> between the  two.

i'm ignorant here - what is a score set? is there documentation i can
read up on?

> Could it be that you have a fresh bayes database which had less than
> 200 spam and 200 ham entries in the first attempt, but became
> populated and functional by the time of the second attempt?

i don't believe so - here's another exercise, with bayes info before and
after each test.

http://dpaste.com/3XFVPJT.txt

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