Postfix 'error: unsupported dictionary type: hash'

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seyamak
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Postfix 'error: unsupported dictionary type: hash'

Post by seyamak » 2020/06/22 22:11:00

Hi All,

New to this site. I need to make my postfix work without an error. I am getting the following error. Mail goes through fine but I don't want to get this message.

error: unsupported dictionary type: hash

I do not have hash defined below when I run postconf -m

postconf -m
cidr
environ
fail
inline
internal
memcache
nis
pcre
pipemap
proxy
randmap
regexp
socketmap
static
tcp
texthash
unionmap
unix

Any suggestion would be appreciated.

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Re: Postfix 'error: unsupported dictionary type: hash'

Post by TrevorH » 2020/06/22 22:16:48

What is the output from rpm -q postfix and from rpm -qf $(which postfix)
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Re: Postfix 'error: unsupported dictionary type: hash'

Post by seyamak » 2020/06/22 22:39:36

I built the server from source code but here is my postfix version.

postconf mail_version
mail_version = 3.5.2

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Re: Postfix 'error: unsupported dictionary type: hash'

Post by KernelOops » 2020/06/23 05:35:04

You are missing some modules, for example: btree and hash

Maybe you need to enable them and recompile postfix?
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Re: Postfix 'error: unsupported dictionary type: hash'

Post by TrevorH » 2020/06/23 08:32:45

We do not support building from source. Most especially we do not support building things from source that we already supply. To get a working and correct copy of postfix all you need to do is yum install postfix

What is the point in using a stable distribution if you do not want to use the packages it supplies. If you want to build it all yourself then install gentoo.
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