[Mailman-Users] cannot rebuild archives

Jeff DeReus jdereus at gmail.com
Fri Jun 23 20:20:44 CEST 2006

On 6/23/06, Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> wrote:
> Jeff DeReus wrote:
> >
> >yet when i did the upgrade I copied all of the archives and placed them
> in
> >the proper spot.  all other lists archive their posts correctly.
> >suggestions as to how to proceed or where to look?  do I need to check
> the
> >.mbox for the improper MIME structure?  any help is appreciated.
> You don't need to check MIME structure in .mbox. The error log entry
> you reported was almost certainly not related to archiving at all
> (although the first part of the traceback was missing so I cant be
> 100% sure).
> Are the messages actually being archived in the
> archives/private/<listname>/2006-June/ directory?  If you do
> cat archives/private/<listname>/index.html
> is there an entry for June 2006?

Actually there is not.   which seems odd since the arch script tells me that
> it is creating the html.

If you do
> ls -l archives/private/<listname>/2006-June/
> do you see the nnnnnn.html files and the author.html, date.html,
> subject.html and thread.html files and the index.html symlink?

well since the 2006-June doesn't exist (which I am sure it did yesterday as
odd as that sounds)  i can't see it.

If so, there is no problem with the archive; the problem is with web
> access. My guess is you are accessing this as a public archive and your
> Alias /pipermail/ ...
> directive in httpd.conf still points to an old archive, but that's only
> a guess.
> --
> Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net>       The highway is for gamblers,
> San Francisco Bay Area, California    better use your sense - B. Dylan

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