[Mailman-Users] Web interface went to Brazil for summer vacation?
arandall at auntminnie.com
Fri Jun 29 21:06:59 CEST 2001
Augh! Rassenfrassendagnabbitstupidpieceof... Oh, sorry...
Just when I thought I had it all figured out, my web interface
disappeared. It was there the last time I looked at it, but apparently
a band of Little People snuck in during the night and spirited it away
with them to the Other Place. (foo.net/mailman/admin/testlist gives a
I checked Apache ... it's still running (restarted it just for grins).
httpd.conf still has the script-alias doohickey in it (ScriptAlias
/mailman/ "/home/mailman/cgi-bin/"). Other web pages on the same copy
of Apache are visible and behaving normally. It was *just* working, I
swear. Stuff like this makes you question whether you really saw what
you think you saw or not. (Was it really working on Wednesday, or was
I having caffeine-withdrawal-induced hallucinations?)
Nothing interesting to report out of the system logs.
I haven't really changed anything on mailman. I have been beating
qmail severely about the head and shoulders, but nothing over there
should've had an impact on the web interface...
I realize I'm a little frazzled from days and nights on end untangling
(unrelated) scripts and may be missing something obvious ... If anyone
has any suggestions, I'm all ears.
(Drake 8 on an HP workstation running apache 1.3.20, qmail 1.03,
mailman 2.0.5, xinetd)
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