jonc at nc.rr.com
Wed Nov 6 02:00:26 CET 2002
I was looking at the current number of qfiles and the oldest queued up
files as a start. Give a list of messages/list currently being worked on
and the times the messages arrived for processing. Also a list of all
current qrunner's and how long each has been running.
Then looking at the logs to get a graph of how quickly a list normally
sends (based on the log entries), both by percent and by pure numbers.
Since I'm looking at the logs I thought of looking at some other "tuning
stats" to try and give config recommendations to users... Though that
would definitely be functionality for a second version of the script.
... But if you think its all useless info, JC, I'll just stop now :-)
On Tue, 2002-11-05 at 19:43, J C Lawrence wrote:
> On 05 Nov 2002 16:11:12 -0500
> Jon Carnes <jonc at nc.rr.com> wrote:
> > So you're looking for a script to deliver real-time stats on what
> > Mailman is currently doing? Sounds like it would be useful. I'll see
> > if I can't crank out a script to look in all the right places.
> > On Tue, 2002-11-05 at 15:31, Davin Dahlgren wrote:
> >> Has anyone written a program that will give me some stats on
> >> Mailman's progress? Percent complete, how many have gone out, how
> >> many are yet to go, etc.?
> You'll get useless numbers.
> Mailman hands off to the MTA. The MTA hands off to an MX (primary,
> secondary, whatever). Some number of transits later, and it can be
> quite large, the messages arrives at a mailbox, is bounced, or silently
> Now what do you want to metricise? The Mailman hand-off to the MTA?
> The MTA hand-off to a remote MX? For what MTA?
> J C Lawrence
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