help interpreting system logs

Discussion in 'Mac mini' started by Theoyster, Jun 10, 2010.

  1. Theoyster macrumors member

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    Apr 21, 2010
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    I found this today and was just curious what this is caused by? I did run onyx last night for the first time in quite awhile to repair permissions and clean caches. I also wasn't on the computer at 3am this morning so I don't know what is up with those last entries. Thanks!

    Jun 9 22:08:53 mac-mini authexec: executing /bin/sh
    Jun 9 22:09:39 mac-mini authexec: executing /bin/sh
    Jun 9 22:09:41 mac-mini authexec: executing /bin/sh
    Jun 9 22:09:41 mac-mini authexec: executing /bin/sh
    Jun 9 22:09:42 mac-mini authexec: executing /bin/sh
    Jun 9 22:10:01 mac-mini authexec: executing /bin/sh
    Jun 9 22:11:19 mac-mini authexec: executing /bin/sh
    Jun 10 03:11:19 mac-mini postfix/sendmail[619]: warning: the Postfix sendmail command has set-uid root file permissions
    Jun 10 03:11:19 mini postfix/sendmail[619]: warning: or the command is run from a set-uid root process
    Jun 10 03:11:19 mac-mini postfix/sendmail[619]: warning: the Postfix sendmail command must be installed without set-uid root file permissions
     
  2. belvdr macrumors 603

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    Aug 15, 2005
    #2
    It's Postfix. Unless you are using your Mini as a mail server, you have no worries.
     

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