[Mailman-Users] Moved mailman to new server
ncantor at ShopEaze.com
Fri Mar 30 21:20:49 CEST 2001
i'm positive the email is going through the new machine, cause i checked the
queue on the new machine. when i first moved everything, i cleared the queue,
so there wouldn't be any ambiguity. all of the aliases are set up correctly on
the new machine.
as far as i know, mailman is still running on the old machine... i never
turned it off, in any case.
On Fri, Mar 30, 2001 at 11:04:28AM -0800, JC Dill wrote:
> On 10:48 AM 3/30/01, Noah Cantor wrote:
> >Hi all.
> >Last night i moved my mailman files from one server to another. I made a tar
> >of all the old files, did an scp to the new machine, untarred it, added the
> >appropriate users (mailman, apache) with the same uid and gids that they had
> >previously. whe i run check_list <listname> it tells me that the list is set
> >up correctly, and that the database is working. however, when i send mail to
> >that list, it gets stuck in the mailman queue,
> Is mailman still running on the old machine? Are you SURE the email you
> are sending is going to (and being returned by) the new machine? Did you
> look at the logs of the new machine to see the mail stuck in the queue, and
> then bounced back?
> and eventually bounces back to
> >me telling me that the list doesn't exist. eventually i bandaided the problem
> >by NFS mounting the mailman directory onto the machine that it used to
> run on,
> >which solved the problem, but slowed down the mailing lists a considerable
> >amount, because now they have to go across an NFS mounted drive. what i was
> >wondering is if anybody has seen this before and has some idea of what i need
> >to do to get mailman working on the new server. personally, i suspect that
> >there's something wrong with the way apache is set up, but i can't find
> >anything wrong with it.
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