[Mailman-Users] 500 Internal Server Error with edithtml (butnotadmin, admindb and the rest)

Edward Muller edwardam at interlix.com
Wed Feb 8 17:50:42 CET 2006

On Tuesday 07 February 2006 07:05 pm, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> Edward Muller wrote:
> >I reviewed the patch a bit and it looks reasonable to apply, so I applied
> > it.
> >
> >However edithtml/traffic (traffic being the name of the list) still
> > returns a 500 error and there is nothing in the error log.
> >
> >http://www.mission2007.org/mailman/edithtml/traffic
> Are you sure you're looking at the correct error log? Are the other
> logs in that directory (like post and smtp) being written?

Yes, looking at the correct log file.
The qrunner log file is, there isn't any real traffic yet. The client wants to 
customize the interface a bit first... I think.

> Are you sure you patched the correct edithtml.py? Did the edithtml.pyc
> in the same directory get updated after the attempt to retrieve the
> page?

Yes, patched the correct edithtml.py. In fact I applied the entire patch.
Today I erased edithtml.pyc and it's not being re-created when I vist:
But it was re-created when I visited:

So I don't think edithtml/traffic is even getting to load the edithtml module.

> Since <http://www.mission2007.org/mailman/edithtml> works and produces
> the expected output (List name is required.), it seems that
> <http://www.mission2007.org/mailman/edithtml/traffic> must be
> executing the edithtml.py script, and I can't see how the script would
> terminate without either producing output or throwing an exception
> which would be logged as an error or produce something in the web
> server log.

Edward Muller - Interlix
edwardam at interlix.com
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