[Mailman-Users] Mailman + htDig
Rich.West at wesmo.com
Fri Aug 8 22:57:55 CEST 2003
> Can you confirm you mean that the per-list htdig directories of the
> following form are being created:
> $prefix/archives/private/<listname>/htdig are being created
> and that inside each of them there is a file named <listname>.conf
> Is there also a file called rundig_last_run and a bunch of ,db files
> in any of these per list directories?
Yes, all of that did get created.
>> and if I manually perform a search (htsearch -c <blah>)
> While htsearch is used for index searching, it is not called directly
> from the form on the list TOC page with the integration but via the
> $prefix/Mailman/Cgi/mmsearch.py script.
> When you run htsearch -c are you specifying the configuration file
> path as:
>> , I do get output and results.
> How have the search indexes being used by htsearch when you run it by
> hand been built? Did you run nightly_htdig by hand?
> What form do the URLs of search hits in the response returned by
> htsearch take?
Well, they look like:
htsearch -c htdig/test.conf
Enter value for words: test
Enter value for format:
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
<html><head><title>Search results for 'test'</title></head>
<hr noshade size="1">
<img src="/htdig/star.gif" alt="*"><img src="/htdig/star.gif"
alt="*"><img src="/htdig/star.gif" alt="*"><img src="/htdig/star.gif"
>> However, I am not getting the search form at the top of the
>> index.html page as is supposed to happen. So, as expected, I cannot
>> search via the web interface. :(
> The trigger for this form to be added to a list's archive TOC page is
> a new message being sent to that particular list. And until
> nightly_htidg has been run (which can be done from the command lien
> as well as by cron) no per-list search indexes will be in existence.
> Are these criteria being met and yet still the form does not appear
> on a list's archive TOC page?
Yes. I first added the following to my mm_cfg.py:
USE_HTDIG = 0 # 0 - don't use integrated htdig, 1 - use it
HTDIG_FILES_URL = '/htdig/'
HTDIG_CONF_LINK_DIR = os.path.join(VAR_PREFIX, 'archives', 'htdig')
HTDIG_HTSEARCH_PATH = '/usr/bin/htsearch'
HTDIG_RUNDIG_PATH = '/usr/bin/rundig'
Then I changed "USE_HTDIG" to 1 and restarted the qrunner (just for the
sake of sanity. :). I then sent a message to the test list. At once I
got the message that was sent to the test list, I checked out the
archives/private/test directory and saw that the timestamp on index.html
was updated, that a directory called htdig was created, and there were a
bunch of files (db.*, rundig_last_run, and test.conf) in that htdig
> Does line 757 (or thereabouts) of
> $prefix/Mailman/Archiver/HyperArch.py contain the following text:
> d["htsearch"] = quick_maketext('TOC_htsearch.html', dict=h,
> This is the code that generates the form that is added to the html of
> the list's TOC page a few lines further on. If this line is missing
> then the patching has failed somehow.
I just checked, and it is there. Is the TOC_htsearch.html file supposed
to be in a particular location? It is in templates/en/ right now...
>> I *believe* I followed the htdig docs to the letter,
> Do you mean the INSTALL.htdig-mm document in the Mailman build
Yup.. that, and the docs on the website.
I swear it seems like I missed something simple (and stupid) here.. I
even confirmed that the permissions on the directory and all files were
set correctly (owner & group, too!).
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