[Mailman-Users] cannot rebuild archives
jdereus at gmail.com
Sat Jun 24 15:49:58 CEST 2006
On 6/23/06, Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> wrote:
> Jeff DeReus wrote:
> >On 6/23/06, Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> wrote:
> >> 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
> >> 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
> >odd as that sounds) i can't see it.
> I'm guessing that you must have archives/private/* structure in two
> different places on your server, an old one and a new one and both you
> and your web server are looking (today) at the old one.
the list is under /archives/public/* yet the archives are set to be private
in the interface. not quite sure if that plays into anything, yet I would
Is this problem list's archive public and if so, are you visiting it
> via something like http:/www.example.com/pipermail/listname/?
if I go to the list with /pipermail/* the 2006-June entry does not show. If
i go to /mailman/* the entry for 2006-June appears yet when I try to access
the archives for that month it gives me an error message of No Such List for
June-2006. Oddly, there is no entry for June in the mailman/* file for
June. so why would it show up in the archives at all?
If so, what happens if you go to something like
> http:/www.example.com/mailman/private/listname/ and log in? If this
> too is missing June, then what else is different between this list an
> the ones that work?
I see nothing else different between the other lists.
> 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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