[Mailman-Users] New mailman admin questions
Yogesh Subhash Talekar
yogesh at unipune.ernet.in
Mon Jul 26 16:03:54 CEST 2004
> 1. Is it possible to cause 'config_list -i' to take input from
> stdin instead of a file?
** I don't think its possible.
> 2. I can force a list to be associated with a particular virtual
> host by using 'config_list' to modify "web_page_url" (but it
> complains when doing so). Is there a better way to do this?
> And, while we're on the topic of "web_page_url", why is
> "web_page_url" not listed among the parameters reported by
> 'config_list -o'?
** do it with "withlist"
> 3. Is there any reason to have the "News" qrunner active if I'm
> not passing any mail to a news server? (I have turned it off
> in my mm_cfg.py.)
** Let them as they are !
> 4. Can I invoke the qrunner task from cron ('qrunner -o -r All')
> on a regular basis in lieu of running qrunner as a background
> daemon? I think this is the way it used to work. It would
> seem this might be a reasonable tradeoff of CPU cycles for
> memory for me in my slice of a low-memory VPS. (It appears
> to me that running qrunner as a daemon, with the associated
> processes takes about 25 Megs of memory.) Will this cause
> any problems (besides making the cron logs balloon)?
** Try it !
> 5. The FAQ discusses several ways of forcing mailman to use a
> secure apache connection (https). Is there a way of forcing
> the admin functions to a secure connection, without requiring
> the same for the list users? (Actually, this may be moot,
> as it appears one can explicitly use https initially to
> protect the admin password when logging in; encrypting the
> rest of the session is less important to me. But, I'd like
> to force all administrative users to use a secure link,
> at least during the authentication phase.)
** can't say ...
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