[Mailman-Users] Re: Mailman not responding....
jeff at shultzinfosystems.com
Wed Sep 13 23:07:20 CEST 2000
On Thu, 14 Sep 2000 00:37:34 +0400, Michael Tokarev wrote:
>Jeff Shultz wrote:
>> > What other logs says?
>> All that syslog and mail log say is that postfix receives the message
>> and turns it around to "|/home/mail/wrapper mailcmd test"
>> Mailman's logs are, other than some stuff yesterday when I set up the
>> listserv, empty.
>So, postfix thinks that it successefully delivered message to mailman's
>wrapper, right? Or it reports some other errors?
As long as the proper gid (99 aka nobody) is getting passed between the
two, postfix thinks it was successful. No other errors that I've found.
>BTW, what with directories in /home/mail -- maybe there are some
>symlink(s) here to /misc exists?
You mean /home/mailman /mail? wrapper is the only file in that
>Again, I asked for configuration files for the two products, not about
>general machine's config.
Um... that's on a separate machine from this one. Anything specific you
are looking for?
>> >Why, at the end, your mail delivery wanted to do something with /misc
>> >automounted directory?!
>> I wish I knew... but I blew that stuff away and it doesn't appear to
>> have hurt anything.
>But it chagned somethings, as you stated already.
It stopped registering an error message. That's the only apparent
>Ok. If mailman's wrapper returns 0 (success) when called by postfix
>(see above), then it is definitely a mailman's problem, or your mailman's
>setting's one. I assume that this is the case -- postfix logs
>successeful delivery to mailman's wrapper.
>Please do the following.
>as root (or, better, as other user that is a member of group that mailman
>expects, -- i.e. that group with that wrapper called from postfix) execute:
> # newgrp GROUP-MAILMAN'S-WRAPPER-WANTS
> (substitute correct value here)
> # /home/mail/wrapper mailcmd test < THE-MESSAGE-THAT-YOU-SENT-TO-IT-BEFORE
> (watch for possible output here)
> # echo $?
> (should be 0)
program appeared to lock up or loop. Broke it with ctrl-c.
>Or, if nothing interesting will appear, add "strace -o trace" (without quotes)
>before /home/... (this is possible only for root, as wrapper is setgid) and
>watch the newly-created "trace" file carefully.
At last count it was at 146k... and I'm seeing a whole lot of (No such
file or directory) entries at the ends of lines.
I am starting to get errors in the Mailman error log - but I have no
idea how to read these Tracebacks. I don't know Python.
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