@djmoch This is not how the -release or -current packages are built though. I think the people in charge of them use dpb(1) but I don't know.
Nice write up from @solene on how #OpenBSD ports are built https://dataswamp.org/~solene/2020-10-29-official-openbsd-stable-architecture.html
Ahh, the DKIM filter is spiking the CPU, and probably explains why smtpd grinds to a halt.
Adding a cron job to restart smtpd is also less than ideal to say the least, but I don't have time to debug this today and I'd like to keep getting email.
I wonder if smtpd doesn't like being attached to a WireGuard interface ...
Reworked my network layout. Now everything is working as I’d hoped.
Learned a few lessons today.
Bridge interfaces are not as simple as I’ve been led to believe. Although it might also be fair to blame me for how I’ve segmented my network.
Gotta be a route issue, right?
Or at least that’s what tcpdump tells me
Any #openbsd users out there have any theories why a packet might get dropped between a vlan interface and a bridge interface? PF is disabled and IP forwarding is enabled.
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