[Mailman-Users] Big delays wrapper to delivery
nsb at ceh.ac.uk
Sun Jul 27 12:47:04 CEST 2003
Thanks for the reply.
The time between does indeed equates to the time between the message
arrives to mailman and seen going to the subscribers (i.e. accepted by
their relays/MTAs). This totally independent to the size of the list.
"f time (1) to time (2) is where the 8 to 12 hours is going, are you
saying nothing is showing in the qfiles directory during that time?"
*** This is correct
"Assume you are using MM 2.0.x; which value of x?"
>>> Richard Barrett <r.barrett at openinfo.co.uk> 07/26/03 23:35 PM >>>
On Saturday, July 26, 2003, at 08:09 PM, Nicolas Bertrand wrote:
> We have a few low volume mailing lists . We have been been happy with
> the performance since instigating these (about a year and half ago)
> these mailing lists have become quite important.
> However, suddenly, delivery times to subscribers have increased to
> hours and cannot figure out what has gone wrong...
> 1.MTA is postfix.
> 2.Mail gets received by the email server which then triggers 'wrapper
> Then it takes 8-12 hours to get the mail delivered.
> 3.This problem is specific to mailing lists (all the other mail is
> 4. The load on the server is minimal
> 5. no locks
> 6. nothing in qfiles
> 7. no errors in ~mailman/logs
> 8. no error in maillog
> 9. qrunner is executed by cron every minute, no error is being
> generated. Same thing, with running qrunner manually from the command
> Any ideas?
Is that 8 to 12 hours for a message between the following times:
1. from the time the MTA's log records as delivering the message to the
2. to the time logged by MM in post and smtp logs for the message going
out to the subscribers.
Does time (2) fit with the MTA's log showing the time it got the
outgoing message from MM? What time does the MTA show handing off the
message to the next MTA?
If time (1) to time (2) is where the 8 to 12 hours is going, are you
saying nothing is showing in the qfiles directory during that time?
*** This is correct
Assume you are using MM 2.0.x; which value of x?
More information about the Mailman-Users