[Mailman-Users] arch python errors, bad marshall data
marc_news at vasoftware.com
Mon Jan 7 08:15:44 CET 2002
On Sun, Jan 06, 2002 at 01:41:49PM -0800, Tom Perrine wrote:
> I guess what I'm getting at is that the "arch" program uses LOTS of
> memory when building some of the indexes, and that incremental
> "arch"-ing may be more efficient and less likely to exercise
> memory-related bugs in Mailman, Python, or the underlying system.
I was asking about this recently (never had the time to try it out):
So you are saying that arch can be fed let's say weekly or monthly mbox
files and it will correctly generate the archive?
I've considered doing this on setups where I can't afford to run arch for
every single message posted (and delay qrunner as a result), but where I
should be able to run it for batches of messages once a night (strace has
shown me that arch is very slow at editing the huge HTML pages to add one
message at the bottom, but my hope is that if you add a batch, it does not
incrementally add the messages one per one)
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