[Mailman-Users] Digest being sent over and over
dann s washko
dann at thelinuxlink.net
Tue Dec 7 03:27:40 CET 2004
Mark Sapiro wrote:
>dann s washko wrote:
>>I've been looking through the logs and no, I don't see any error
>>regarding the digest. I looked through the digest.mbox and it still
>>contains all the old messages. I verified that the permissions on the
>>digest were rw for for the owner and group (which are mailman.mailman).
>Do you see any errors at all in the error log at the time a digest is
Nope, the only thing in my errors logs are the few failed login attempts
to non-existent lists from the web adminstration page.
>The owner, group and permissions on digest.mbox are as they should be.
>When digests are produced, the MIME format digest is queued to be
>sent, then the plain digest is queued, then a couple of calls return
>is called to remove digest.mbox. Since the digests get sent, about the
>only thing that can go wrong is the os.unlink() call itself unless
>only MIME and not plain digests are being sent.
>Without more clues, I'm stuck.
>Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> The highway is for gamblers,
>San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
I did notice something with regards to permissions though. While all
the files in the list directory were owned by mailman.mailman, the
directory itself was root.mailman. I'm not sure whether this makes a
difference or not. I have since set the entire mailman directory and
it's contents to be owned by mailman.mailman just to be sure.
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