[Mailman-Users] mailmanctl -s
Freedom_Lover at pobox.com
Fri Dec 12 21:16:04 CET 2003
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Will Yardley wrote:
> When mailmanctl is run with "-s" (supposedly kills stale locks),
> Mailman spits out the default usage summary, and then "No command
> given.". Same with "--stale-lock-cleanup". This command also fails
> to clean up stale locks as advertised.
AFAIK, you still need to give one of the commands, like stop or
restart along with the -s option. How are you calling mailmanctl?
Forgive me if I'm telling you things you already know. I just ran
mailmanctl -s stop and it indeed killed the qrunners as advertised. I
didn't do anything to try and ensure that there were stale locks, I
just wanted to see if I got the same usage message you did.
The usage summary could probably be a little more clear that a command
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