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New Release Candidate: 3.4.3-rc6 Testers Needed

Kevin A. McGrail-5
Good Evening Assassins,

3.4.3 release candidate 6 is now available at http://talon2.pccc.com/~kmcgrail/devel/ or http://people.apache.org/~kmcgrail/devel/

PLEASE NOTE: One of the hold-ups for releasing 3.4.3 has been finding
little bugs while testing new features.  As such, we could really use
some people testing the release candidates.  I am running these release
candidates in production and have no reservations recommending the same. 

There are also two CVEs fixed in 3.4.3 that we will disclose more at
release so you'll definitely want to look at upgrading.

sha256sum of archive files:

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Mail-SpamAssassin-3.4.3-rc6.tar.gz
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Mail-SpamAssassin-rules-3.4.3-rc6.r1869531.tgz

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Mail-SpamAssassin-rules-3.4.3-rc6.r1869531.tgz

Regards,
KAM

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Re: New Release Candidate: 3.4.3-rc6 Testers Needed

Noah Meyerhans
On Sat, Nov 09, 2019 at 02:20:15AM -0500, Kevin A. McGrail wrote:
>
> 3.4.3 release candidate 6 is now available at http://talon2.pccc.com/~kmcgrail/devel/ or http://people.apache.org/~kmcgrail/devel/
>
> PLEASE NOTE: One of the hold-ups for releasing 3.4.3 has been finding
> little bugs while testing new features.  As such, we could really use
> some people testing the release candidates.  I am running these release
> candidates in production and have no reservations recommending the same. 

I uploaded 3.4.3-rc6 to Debian testing and unstable.  Hopefully this
gets a little more test exposure, though I don't know that there are
many people using these distro branches as part of their mail
infrastructure.  I'll pass along anything I do hear, though.

I'm also running rc6 on my mail gateway.

The only thing I've noticed so far is the appearance of logs such as the
one below. This was discussed briefly in
https://bz.apache.org/SpamAssassin/show_bug.cgi?id=7033, in the context
of 3.4.0, but was not seen as an issue.  However, something has
definitely changed with 3.4.3(-rc6).  I never saw these messages on my
mail host with previous versions of spamassassin (literally zero
occurrences in years), but I see dozens of them daily with 3.4.3.  I
have not changed any other dependencies on this host.

Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: no callback for id 55444/IN/A/99.29.145.198.dnsbl.sorbs.net, ignored; packet: ;; Response received from 127.0.0.1 (58 octets)
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; HEADER SECTION
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; id = 55444
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; qr = 1 aa = 0 tc = 0 rd = 1 opcode = QUERY
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; ra = 1 z = 0 ad = 0 cd = 0 rcode = SERVFAIL
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; qdcount = 1 ancount = 0 nscount = 0 arcount = 1
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; do = 0
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; EDNS version 0
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; flags: 0000
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; rcode: NOERROR
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; size: 4096
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; option:
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...]
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; QUESTION SECTION (1 record)
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; 99.29.145.198.dnsbl.sorbs.net. IN A
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...]
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; ANSWER SECTION (0 records)
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...]
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; AUTHORITY SECTION (0 records)
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...]
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; ADDITIONAL SECTION (1 record)
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; EDNS version 0
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; flags: 0000
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; rcode: NOERROR
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; size: 4096
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; option:
Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: no likely matching queries for id 55444

I haven't looked deeply into what has changed.  IMO logging something
when DNS returns a SERVFAIL makes sense, but this level of detail should
probably be reserved for debug severity.

Otherwise, so far, so good.  Are there any specific features that you
want to get additional testing?

noah

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Re: New Release Candidate: 3.4.3-rc6 Testers Needed

Giovanni Bechis
On Wed, Nov 20, 2019 at 12:14:18PM -0500, Noah Meyerhans wrote:

> On Sat, Nov 09, 2019 at 02:20:15AM -0500, Kevin A. McGrail wrote:
> >
> > 3.4.3 release candidate 6 is now available at http://talon2.pccc.com/~kmcgrail/devel/ or http://people.apache.org/~kmcgrail/devel/
> >
> > PLEASE NOTE: One of the hold-ups for releasing 3.4.3 has been finding
> > little bugs while testing new features.  As such, we could really use
> > some people testing the release candidates.  I am running these release
> > candidates in production and have no reservations recommending the same. 
>
> I uploaded 3.4.3-rc6 to Debian testing and unstable.  Hopefully this
> gets a little more test exposure, though I don't know that there are
> many people using these distro branches as part of their mail
> infrastructure.  I'll pass along anything I do hear, though.
>
> I'm also running rc6 on my mail gateway.
>
> The only thing I've noticed so far is the appearance of logs such as the
> one below. This was discussed briefly in
> https://bz.apache.org/SpamAssassin/show_bug.cgi?id=7033, in the context
> of 3.4.0, but was not seen as an issue.  However, something has
> definitely changed with 3.4.3(-rc6).  I never saw these messages on my
> mail host with previous versions of spamassassin (literally zero
> occurrences in years), but I see dozens of them daily with 3.4.3.  I
> have not changed any other dependencies on this host.
>
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: no callback for id 55444/IN/A/99.29.145.198.dnsbl.sorbs.net, ignored; packet: ;; Response received from 127.0.0.1 (58 octets)
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; HEADER SECTION
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; id = 55444
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; qr = 1 aa = 0 tc = 0 rd = 1 opcode = QUERY
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; ra = 1 z = 0 ad = 0 cd = 0 rcode = SERVFAIL
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; qdcount = 1 ancount = 0 nscount = 0 arcount = 1
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; do = 0
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; EDNS version 0
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; flags: 0000
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; rcode: NOERROR
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; size: 4096
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; option:
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...]
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; QUESTION SECTION (1 record)
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; 99.29.145.198.dnsbl.sorbs.net. IN A
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...]
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; ANSWER SECTION (0 records)
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...]
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; AUTHORITY SECTION (0 records)
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...]
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; ADDITIONAL SECTION (1 record)
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; EDNS version 0
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; flags: 0000
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; rcode: NOERROR
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; size: 4096
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; option:
> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: no likely matching queries for id 55444
>
> I haven't looked deeply into what has changed.  IMO logging something
> when DNS returns a SERVFAIL makes sense, but this level of detail should
> probably be reserved for debug severity.
>
anybody against this diff ?

 Giovanni

Index: lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/DnsResolver.pm
===================================================================
--- lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/DnsResolver.pm (revision 1870052)
+++ lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/DnsResolver.pm (working copy)
@@ -858,7 +858,7 @@
           if ($rcode eq 'REFUSED' || $id =~ m{^\d+/NO_QUESTION_IN_PACKET\z}) {
             # the failure was already reported above
           } else {
-            info("dns: no callback for id %s, ignored; packet: %s",
+            dbg("dns: no callback for id %s, ignored; packet: %s",
                  $id,  $packet ? $packet->string : "undef" );
           }
           # report a likely matching query for diagnostic purposes

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Re: New Release Candidate: 3.4.3-rc6 Testers Needed

Kevin A. McGrail-5
+1 to the one line change from info to dbg

On 11/20/2019 1:29 PM, Giovanni Bechis wrote:

> On Wed, Nov 20, 2019 at 12:14:18PM -0500, Noah Meyerhans wrote:
>> On Sat, Nov 09, 2019 at 02:20:15AM -0500, Kevin A. McGrail wrote:
>>> 3.4.3 release candidate 6 is now available at http://talon2.pccc.com/~kmcgrail/devel/ or http://people.apache.org/~kmcgrail/devel/
>>>
>>> PLEASE NOTE: One of the hold-ups for releasing 3.4.3 has been finding
>>> little bugs while testing new features.  As such, we could really use
>>> some people testing the release candidates.  I am running these release
>>> candidates in production and have no reservations recommending the same. 
>> I uploaded 3.4.3-rc6 to Debian testing and unstable.  Hopefully this
>> gets a little more test exposure, though I don't know that there are
>> many people using these distro branches as part of their mail
>> infrastructure.  I'll pass along anything I do hear, though.
>>
>> I'm also running rc6 on my mail gateway.
>>
>> The only thing I've noticed so far is the appearance of logs such as the
>> one below. This was discussed briefly in
>> https://bz.apache.org/SpamAssassin/show_bug.cgi?id=7033, in the context
>> of 3.4.0, but was not seen as an issue.  However, something has
>> definitely changed with 3.4.3(-rc6).  I never saw these messages on my
>> mail host with previous versions of spamassassin (literally zero
>> occurrences in years), but I see dozens of them daily with 3.4.3.  I
>> have not changed any other dependencies on this host.
>>
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: no callback for id 55444/IN/A/99.29.145.198.dnsbl.sorbs.net, ignored; packet: ;; Response received from 127.0.0.1 (58 octets)
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; HEADER SECTION
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; id = 55444
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; qr = 1 aa = 0 tc = 0 rd = 1 opcode = QUERY
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; ra = 1 z = 0 ad = 0 cd = 0 rcode = SERVFAIL
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; qdcount = 1 ancount = 0 nscount = 0 arcount = 1
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; do = 0
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; EDNS version 0
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; flags: 0000
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; rcode: NOERROR
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; size: 4096
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; option:
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...]
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; QUESTION SECTION (1 record)
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; 99.29.145.198.dnsbl.sorbs.net. IN A
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...]
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; ANSWER SECTION (0 records)
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...]
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; AUTHORITY SECTION (0 records)
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...]
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; ADDITIONAL SECTION (1 record)
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; EDNS version 0
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; flags: 0000
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; rcode: NOERROR
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; size: 4096
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: [...] ;; option:
>> Nov 20 09:54:53 amarth spamd[3976]: dns: no likely matching queries for id 55444
>>
>> I haven't looked deeply into what has changed.  IMO logging something
>> when DNS returns a SERVFAIL makes sense, but this level of detail should
>> probably be reserved for debug severity.
>>
> anybody against this diff ?
>
>  Giovanni
>
> Index: lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/DnsResolver.pm
> ===================================================================
> --- lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/DnsResolver.pm (revision 1870052)
> +++ lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/DnsResolver.pm (working copy)
> @@ -858,7 +858,7 @@
>            if ($rcode eq 'REFUSED' || $id =~ m{^\d+/NO_QUESTION_IN_PACKET\z}) {
>              # the failure was already reported above
>            } else {
> -            info("dns: no callback for id %s, ignored; packet: %s",
> +            dbg("dns: no callback for id %s, ignored; packet: %s",
>                   $id,  $packet ? $packet->string : "undef" );
>            }
>            # report a likely matching query for diagnostic purposes

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Re: New Release Candidate: 3.4.3-rc6 Testers Needed

Henrik K
In reply to this post by Giovanni Bechis
On Wed, Nov 20, 2019 at 07:29:10PM +0100, Giovanni Bechis wrote:

> anybody against this diff ?
>
>  Giovanni
>
> Index: lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/DnsResolver.pm
> ===================================================================
> --- lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/DnsResolver.pm (revision 1870052)
> +++ lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/DnsResolver.pm (working copy)
> @@ -858,7 +858,7 @@
>            if ($rcode eq 'REFUSED' || $id =~ m{^\d+/NO_QUESTION_IN_PACKET\z}) {
>              # the failure was already reported above
>            } else {
> -            info("dns: no callback for id %s, ignored; packet: %s",
> +            dbg("dns: no callback for id %s, ignored; packet: %s",
>                   $id,  $packet ? $packet->string : "undef" );
>            }
>            # report a likely matching query for diagnostic purposes

If you would check trunk it's already there.  Please use the same code for
uniformity.

            info("dns: no callback for id $id, ignored, packet on next debug line");
            # prevent filling normal logs with huge packet dumps
            dbg("dns: %s", $packet ? $packet->string : "undef");
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Re: New Release Candidate: 3.4.3-rc6 Testers Needed

Bill Cole-2
+1 for this. Noting the problem at 'info' is good.


On 20 Nov 2019, at 13:41, Henrik K wrote:

> On Wed, Nov 20, 2019 at 07:29:10PM +0100, Giovanni Bechis wrote:
>> anybody against this diff ?
>>
>>  Giovanni
>>
>> Index: lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/DnsResolver.pm
>> ===================================================================
>> --- lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/DnsResolver.pm (revision 1870052)
>> +++ lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/DnsResolver.pm (working copy)
>> @@ -858,7 +858,7 @@
>>            if ($rcode eq 'REFUSED' || $id =~
>> m{^\d+/NO_QUESTION_IN_PACKET\z}) {
>>              # the failure was already reported above
>>            } else {
>> -            info("dns: no callback for id %s, ignored; packet: %s",
>> +            dbg("dns: no callback for id %s, ignored; packet: %s",
>>                   $id,  $packet ? $packet->string : "undef" );
>>            }
>>            # report a likely matching query for diagnostic purposes
>
> If you would check trunk it's already there.  Please use the same code
> for
> uniformity.
>
>             info("dns: no callback for id $id, ignored, packet on next
> debug line");
>             # prevent filling normal logs with huge packet dumps
>             dbg("dns: %s", $packet ? $packet->string : "undef");


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Re: New Release Candidate: 3.4.3-rc6 Testers Needed

Henrik K

Fyi the main problem is old DNS answers getting around there SA already
finished.  Fixed this in trunk a while ago along with some other cleanups.
I don't see it necessary for 3.4.3, been too many delays already, it's
mainly cosmetic.

https://svn.apache.org/viewvc?view=revision&revision=1866126


On Wed, Nov 20, 2019 at 01:45:01PM -0500, Bill Cole wrote:

> +1 for this. Noting the problem at 'info' is good.
>
>
> On 20 Nov 2019, at 13:41, Henrik K wrote:
>
> >On Wed, Nov 20, 2019 at 07:29:10PM +0100, Giovanni Bechis wrote:
> >>anybody against this diff ?
> >>
> >> Giovanni
> >>
> >>Index: lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/DnsResolver.pm
> >>===================================================================
> >>--- lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/DnsResolver.pm (revision 1870052)
> >>+++ lib/Mail/SpamAssassin/DnsResolver.pm (working copy)
> >>@@ -858,7 +858,7 @@
> >>           if ($rcode eq 'REFUSED' || $id =~
> >>m{^\d+/NO_QUESTION_IN_PACKET\z}) {
> >>             # the failure was already reported above
> >>           } else {
> >>-            info("dns: no callback for id %s, ignored; packet: %s",
> >>+            dbg("dns: no callback for id %s, ignored; packet: %s",
> >>                  $id,  $packet ? $packet->string : "undef" );
> >>           }
> >>           # report a likely matching query for diagnostic purposes
> >
> >If you would check trunk it's already there.  Please use the same code for
> >uniformity.
> >
> >            info("dns: no callback for id $id, ignored, packet on next
> >debug line");
> >            # prevent filling normal logs with huge packet dumps
> >            dbg("dns: %s", $packet ? $packet->string : "undef");
>
>
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Re: New Release Candidate: 3.4.3-rc6 Testers Needed

John Hardin
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On Wed, 20 Nov 2019, Kevin A. McGrail wrote:

> +1 to the one line change from info to dbg

Me too.


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