[Mailman-Users] admin and lockfile problems
Philippe_Rodriguez at bevoux.grenoble.hp.com
Wed Apr 18 16:06:25 CEST 2001
On Wed, 18 Apr 2001, josh koenig wrote:
> Yeah... I could see how this would work.
> A sort of failsafe backup/migration system.
> I think I can puzzle out how to get all the data
> out manually, but any such script you write would be more than welcome by
> me. I'm not experienced with python.
OK, I'll try to prepare them quickly, but I can't promise.
I really do not know python : I'm writing /bin/sh scripts.
> > I have no scripts (yet) do to that, but my idea is :
> > - first step, on your old (and running) mailman installation :
> > With some command in $prefix/bin, you can get the list of lists, and
> > then you for each list you can get the list of subscribers (and their
> > options ?)
> > - second step, with the newly installed mailman :
> > With some other commands in $prefix/bin, you can create the lists and
> > subsscribe your list of subscribers.
> > Sorry not to indicate which commands to use in $prefix/bin, but you'll
> > find which one to use by using the option --help for each, to determine
> > what you can do with them. That's what I did.
> > I have tested the second step, to test the feasability of a migration
> > from majordomo, but I have to clean up these scripts.
> > Do you want me to send these scripts when they'll be ready ?
> > Phil.
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> Josh Koenig (joshk at grawk.net)
> Developer - Smarter than pudding
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