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From Pedro David Marco <pedrod_ma...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: PYZOR_CHECK always have zero score, why?
Date Thu, 20 Oct 2016 03:18:26 GMT
Thanks in any case Bill...
Really appreciate all your help and time... Bill, John, Matus...
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Pedro
      From: Bill Cole <sausers-20150205@billmail.scconsult.com>
 To: "users@spamassassin.apache.org" <users@spamassassin.apache.org> 
Cc: Pedro David Marco <pedrod_marco@yahoo.com>
 Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2016 5:03 AM
 Subject: Re: PYZOR_CHECK always have zero score, why?
   
On 19 Oct 2016, at 22:41, Pedro David Marco wrote:

> Thanks Bill...

I wish it had been more helpful.

> tested...
>> 1. Add to local.cf, along with the other PYZOR_CHECK_2 lines you 
>> had:>>    tflags PYZOR_CHECK_2 net>>Does that change whether the 
>> rule is hit?>>>2. Change the PYZOR_CHECK score line in 50_scores.cf 
>> to:>>    score PYZOR_CHECK 0.001 1.985 0.001 1.392>>Does that quiet

>> the warning about the meta rule?>>>>If Test #1 makes PYZOR_CHECK_2 
>> NOT match a message that matched without >it, then something is 
>> disabling 'net' rules and you need to find and >correct whatever is 
>> doing that if you want SA to work well.
> PYZOR_CHECK_2 works well when tflag  net is set...
>> If Test #2 silences the warning, you've found what is PROBABLY a 
>> minor >cosmetic bug in SpamAssassin but MAY be a substantive one if 
>> it means >that meta rule is being skipped as a result of having 
>> detected the wrong >score in that line. Opening a bug report 
>> at >https://bz.apache.org/SpamAssassin/ would be helpful.
> warning still present... :-(

Color me entirely mystified.

> This is a print Dumper of permsgstatus with a grep -i PYZOR:

[snip]
Hmmm... Relevant context of those lines is lost with grep, but they 
confirm something odd is going on.

> so still wondering  about the Dumper line:      'PYZOR_CHECK' => 
> '0',

That is strange, but it's not clear which hash that is from.

> i have even performed a ext4 fs deep check to discard any drive 
> corruption issue....

I'm all out of ideas grounded in sanity.


   
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