Okay, now I'm concerned. I'm now running the production greylist daemon on an actual server (not a virtual
server) with the checkpointing feature
enabled, and it's working. That can mean one of two things:
- There's a bug in the virtual server environment that my program
- There's a bug lurking in my code that the virtual server environment
Neither one is good, and it's bugging me that I don't know which is the
case. But I managed to at least work around the problem in the meantime
(now watch—the bug is in my code, but it's the virtual server environment
that causes the bug to surface after a few hours instead of a week or so it
might take on a physical server).
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