[Bug 595766] Re: delete archives from web admin pages

james fdgwjames at gmail.com
Fri Jun 18 22:37:23 CEST 2010


Hi,
This has nothing to do with me! I never mentioned deleting messages! 
Must be someone else...
What I was trying to make out was why my mouse responds  when I boot, 
and then stops responding for 3 minutes after  launching 10.04 in the 
dual boot menu. The desk with all the applications is there, but the 
mouse remains inoperational for three minutes...Any idea? Is it a bug I 
reinstalled 10.04 several times.
When I boot  Win7, the mouse responds perfectly normally...
If I should not post here, let me know where I should. I found nothing 
on the forums.
Thanks a lot


On 06/18/2010 08:28 PM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
>> currently in my server i delete the HTML archives but it still shows
>> a list of archives from 2008 in the HTML archive list.
>>      
> Are you trying to delete just older messages leaving the most recent
> ones and continuing to archive? If so, and if you don't mind the message
> numbers and hence URLs of the recent messages changing, you can do the
> following:
>
> If you have say 5000 total messages in the cumulative
> archives/private/listname.mbox/listname.mbox file, and you want to keep
> only the most recent 500 for the HTML archive, just do
>
>    bin/arch --wipe --start=4500 listname
>
> This will recreate the table of contents with only the current messages.
>
> If you want to empty the archive completely, you can do
>
>    bin/arch --wipe listname /dev/null
>
> And this will give you the "no messages have been posted" table of
> contents until a new post is archived.
>
>    


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