[Mailman-Developers] What to do with a corrupt config.db?
Aaron D. Turner
Tue, 2 Oct 2001 11:00:14 -0700 (PDT)
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It seems all the config.db's (and their .last's) for all my lists are now
corrupt. At least check_db says so. Since there doesn't seem to be
anyway to fix this, perhaps there is a way to extract the email
addresses/passwords for the lists so I can recover?
I'm more than willing/able to write a perl script to parse it out, if I
just knew the file format (though i can prolly get the email addresses out
without much difficulty).
Anyone have any thoughts/suggestions?
Aaron Turner <firstname.lastname@example.org|synfin.net|linuxkb.org> URI:www.synfin.net
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