[Mailman-Users] Mailman + htDig
Rich.West at wesmo.com
Sat Aug 9 17:06:49 CEST 2003
Ok.. I think I know what I did.. I didn't restart the qrunner. As I
wrote the previous email to you, I realized that I had _thought_ about
restarting the qrunner, but didn't. I went through the whole process again:
o Edit mm_cfg.py to set USE_HTDIR=1
o python -c 'from compileall import *;
o /etc/init.d/mailmanctrl restart
o bin/rmlist test
o bin/newlist test
o bin/arch test
o Entered additional recipients via the web interface.
o Sent a test message to the test list
o /usr/bin/python -S <prefix>/cron/nightly_htdig -v test (it complained
about not having the centralized db files, but that seemed ok)
o Pointed my browser at the test archives, and viola! The search
ability was there! And searching worked!
I'm not sure if it was the fact that I recompiled the mm_cfg.py file or
restarting the qrunner which started things working, though.
Now, I just have to go through and migrate the existing lists. :)
Hopefully, that won't be too difficult. :)
Thanks for all of your help!
Rich West wrote:
> Ok.. I blew away my test list, set USE_HTDIG=1, restarted the qrunner,
> created the list with newlist, ran blow_away_htdig test, ran arch
> test, and sent a message to the list.
> It seems likeit does everything BUT create update the index.html file
> with the search info..
> Perhaps I should start over from scratch...
>> Wait a sec... if I am reading that correctly, then existing lists
>> would have been created using the standard templates which did not,
>> obviously, have the htdig patch. Newly created lists would be
>> created against the now-patched htdig templates, and they should work
>> properly. Existing lists would have to have their templates patched
>> Is that right?
>> If so, then it is likely that my installation IS working as
>> expected. I will have to delete my test list and recreate it, then
>> run some tests and observe the results.
>> I'll let you know if I have any troubles there.
>> Thanks for your help!!
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