[Mailman-Users] dead in the water

Dat Bui dat at internode.com.au
Fri Nov 21 00:52:32 CET 2003

sorry, i should've said that this happens to me too.
doesn't hurt to try editing your Defaults.py or mm_cfg.py and try upping
the outgoing qrunners :)

stop then start the mailmanctl

hope it helps.

On Fri, 2003-11-21 at 09:39, Brett Dikeman wrote:
> At 9:30 AM +1030 11/21/03, Dat Bui wrote:
> >Hi,
> >the messages are most likely being queued up in the ~mailman/qfiles/out
> >directory.
> >
> >try running like 5 outgoing qrunners and see if that helps.
> Huh?  -Nothing- is going out.  Zip.  Zilch.  It's a P4 3ghz with 1GB 
> of ram, a massive pipe...and load is 0 to 0.02.  Mail was, and should 
> be, absolutely flying out of it.  I don't understand why 5 outgoing 
> qrunners would do any better than one qrunner if the one qrunner is 
> doing -nothing-.
> OK, I just got one of my test messages, albeit VERY late- over 40 
> minutes to get here, and it's one of maybe 4-5 test messages- none of 
> them have shown up. I've seen this earlier today- sometimes a message 
> just sits and sits and then randomly appears...
> Brett

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