[Mailman-Users] Configuration back to to ascii config file?
jeff at wildernessfringe.com
Fri Oct 15 20:49:02 CEST 2004
So then: Are the command line scripts the best way to create a duplicate
set of configurations, mailing list lists, and list members on another
mailman running on another server, or is it possible (and preferable) to
figure out which mailman files should be copied over to the second
server to create the duplicate settings, lists, and members?
If I were automating this process would I rsync the specific files, or
write a cron script to run the various python scripts, send them over to
the other server and then have the other server run a cron script to
import the settings, lists and members....
Mark Sapiro wrote:
>Mauricio Tavares wrote:
>> Let's see if I make sense. I know I can create a mailing list config
>>file as an ascii file and then feed it in (I forgot the name of the
>>command so I am not going to worry about it) to the mailing list to
>>create its binary config file. When I go to the admin page, I can also
>>change its settings. But, let's say I come up with really neat settings
>>and would like to apply them to a few more mailing lists. Is there a way
>>I can save the configuration of a given mailing list back to an ascii
>>file so I can do any minor changes and feed it to the other lists?
> bin/config_list --help
>It works in both directions.
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