[Rspamd-Users] rspamd.com https timeouts
m.marszal at wp.pl
Fri Mar 20 06:14:19 UTC 2020
I fully understand your point of view. I hope after migrating to Mailcow, my server it’s not a part of that flooding traffic. It uses maps.rspamd.com:
error reading https://maps.rspamd.com/rspamd/redirectors.inc.zst(220.127.116.11:443): connection with http server terminated incorrectly: ssl connect error: syscall fail: Connection timed out
And if you would have offered fair pricing for private users, it will be also something to consider...
And now I’m unblocked, thanks!
> Wiadomość napisana przez Vsevolod Stakhov <vsevolod at rspamd.com> w dniu 19.03.2020, o godz. 23:51:
> On 19/03/2020 22:44, Vsevolod Stakhov wrote:
>>> On 19/03/2020 17:20, Marcin Marszałkowski wrote:
>>> Thanks for such a prompt reply!
>>> I have just migrated from Mailplus to Mailcow. I have just stopped Mailplus and keep running only Mailcow. So, is it possible to unblock my IP?
>>>> Wiadomość napisana przez Vsevolod Stakhov <vsevolod at rspamd.com> w dniu 19.03.2020, o godz. 18:10:
>>>> I have not received anything back from Synology, so my script continues
>>>> to ban old Rspamd versions.
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>>>> Users at lists.rspamd.com
>> I have removed 65k of banned IPs today. And my server is dead again:
>> 2716 www-data 20 0 129740 31376 8004 R 100,0 0,4 416:18.74 nginx
>> 2719 www-data 20 0 129564 31296 8004 R 100,0 0,4 7:44.64 nginx
>> 2717 www-data 20 0 129336 31020 8004 R 100,0 0,4 52:08.39 nginx
>> 2718 www-data 20 0 130292 31904 8004 R 100,0 0,4 201:11.81 nginx
>> Thank you, Synology :(
> Also, that caused around 1.3Tb of traffic just for SYN packets that got
> 22G 1305G DROP all -- any any anywhere
> anywhere match-set banned src
> I'm going to reconsider my fair usage policies seriously for Rspamd
> users to be honest (and probably think one more time if working on free
> and open source project is really a good thing)...
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