[Mailman-Users] running Mailman2.1 from cron

Jon Carnes jonc at nc.rr.com
Thu Jan 23 20:10:04 CET 2003

You could run a master script which scans each of the virtual queues and
then activates Mailmanctl for that virtual domain if it has a queued up
message.  The problem would come in knowing when to stop the daemon.

It's an interesting problem.

On Thu, 2003-01-23 at 05:29, Matt Brown wrote:
> Is it possible to run Mailman 2.1 from cron, a la  v 2.0.13?
> Some background:
> I'm running a virtualhosting environment where each host gets it's own
> copy of mailman installed. I know that 2.1 can handle virtualhosts, but
> the (current) inability to have two lists with the same name under
> different domains is a show stopper for me. Each server has 100-200
> domains, and having 7 Mailman processes running for each domain is
> excessive, especially considering many of the domains don't actually
> have lists running much of the time. I could just stick with 2.0.13 for
> now, but I really like the improvements in 2.1.
> Thanks for any advice.
> --
> Matt Brown
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