[Lurker-users] [Mailman-Users] external archiver second time

Jonas Meurer jonas at freesources.org
Tue Jun 17 19:51:56 CEST 2003

On 17/06/2003 Richard Barrett wrote:
> PUBLIC_EXTERNAL_ARCHIVER = 'echo "got called for %(listname)s" | cat >> 
> /tmp/teststuff'
> PRIVATE_EXTERNAL_ARCHIVER = 'echo "got called for %(listname)s" | cat >> 
> /tmp/teststuff'
> appends a line containing the target listname to the file for each archived 
> message, while:
> PUBLIC_EXTERNAL_ARCHIVER = 'cat >> /tmp/teststuff'
> PRIVATE_EXTERNAL_ARCHIVER = 'cat >> /tmp/teststuff'
> appends each archived message to the file.
> As I said before, it is far from clear to me that your problem is a Mailman 
> problem per se.
> I'm inclined to think that getting these test cases to work would be a 
> useful first objective.

these examples both work for me too. so really no mailman error. if I
PUBLIC_EXTERNAL_ARCHIVER = '/usr/bin/lurker-index -l imc-sysadmin -m > /tmp/logs 2>&1'

cat /tmp/logs gives:
opening database: Bad file descriptor

to lurker list: any suggestions?

/var/log/mailman/error gives:
Jun 17 19:42:58 2003 (5300) external archiver non-zero exit status: 1

if i try
PUBLIC_EXTERNAL_ARCHIVER = '|/usr/bin/lurker-index -l imc-sysadmin -m > /tmp/logs 2>&1'

/var/log/mailman/error gives:
Jun 17 19:49:00 2003 (5376) external archiver non-zero exit status: 2

and /tmp/logs is not created. so any ideas how to use lurker-index that
it works?


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