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Thread: [SOLVED] zmmtaconfig error - no child processes

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    Default [SOLVED] zmmtaconfig error - no child processes

    Hello, all. I am getting many errors like the following in my logs:

    smtp zimbramon[22333]: 22333:info: zmmtaconfig: ERROR: /opt/zimbra/bin/zmproxyconfgen -s smtp.ssiservices.biz rc=256 No child processes

    Being very new to Zimbra, I have no idea what this is trying to tell me. What provokes such an error and how do I fix it? smtp is the name of the Zimbra external MTA we set up. We get the same error on the complete internal Zimbra server.

    I don't know if it's related but we also are getting no statistics on either server. Thanks - John
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    I believe we have solved this. We usually build our servers on a skeleton base - only what is necessary. Perhaps we missed it but we did not see pcre as a dependency. Since we installed it and restarted zimbra, we have not had these errors - John
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