MORE: [Mailman-Users] Problem with qrunner OutgoingRunner
charlesg at unixrealm.com
Wed Aug 27 15:23:41 CEST 2003
Another quick update: I had old queue files in qfiles/out. So I
cleared out everything in the folder and restarted all the qrunners.
Now I can get the OutgoingRunner to send one post or one message.
After it's restarted, it sends one message correctly. The next post
or confirmation message after that goes nowhere.
On Wed, Aug 27, 2003 at 08:13:13AM -0400, Charles Gagnon wrote:
> I have just tested a post to a new list created with the 2.1.2
> mailman. Pretty much the same behavior, the .pck and .db files are
> created in qfiles/out. They look normal when I peek in with dumpdb.
> But nothing leaves the machine. No apparent errors anywhere.
> Can I run the "qrunner --runner=OutgoingRunner:0:1 -s" manually and
> add some kind of degugging flag?
> On Wed, Aug 27, 2003 at 07:56:38AM -0400, Charles Gagnon wrote:
> > I've just upgraded my Mailman installation from a 2.0.x to a 2.1.2
> > on a Solaris 8 server using Python 2.2.2. And I think I have a
> > problem with the OutgoingRunner but I can't put my finger on it.
> > Here a the symtoms:
> > 1. After I start mailman, the mailmanctl never exits. I can still
> > see it in the process table.
> > 2. The "mailmanctl stop" command stops everything but NOT the
> > OutgoingRunner. I have to kill that one manually.
> > 3. If I send subscription requests (email or web), I see them pending in
> > logs/subscribe. I see a new file get created in qfiles/out. But
> > nothing gets out. I never get the confirmation message.
> > 4. I see no errors in logs/smtp-failure or any other files that
> > would help me put my finger on the problem.
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