[Mailman-Users] New list fails to archive
hesco at reclaimedcomputers.ca
Mon Apr 30 03:57:27 CEST 2007
Thanks Mark. Just the advise that was needed.
Turns out that my script in init.d/ couldn't find its pid and so didn't
known how to shut anything down. I had to use kill pid commands from
the ps listing. But when it restarted, the archive runner started up
with the rest of them and the archives I was watching got populated with
a few tests.
I think I'm in business here.
Thanks for the help.
On Sun, 29 Apr 2007 17:01:41 -0700
Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> wrote:
> Hugh Esco wrote:
> >The moderation que appropriately snags unauthorized mail. The list is
> >passing traffic through to the list. But so far, I have seen no
> >evidence that anything is being archived, although I believe I've
> >appropriately configured these new lists to do that.
> >The root administrator on this server tells me that other lists hosted
> >with his server are being archived.
> Do you believe this? It seems you may have shell access. If so, do
> ps -fAw | grep python
> to be sure that 1) ArchRunner is running and 2) if the command option
> is something other than --runner=ArchRunner:0:1 (i.e. if it is sliced)
> that all slices are running. E.g. if you see a process with option
> --runner=ArchRunner:0:2, there must be s second one with option
> --runner=ArchRunner:1:2. Whatever the second 'n' is there should be n
> processes with first number 0,1,...,n-1.
> >I've poked around and found the code, the lists, the archives
> >(directories have been created for my new lists, which seem to have the
> >same permissions and ownership as the lists who's archives do work) and
> >the logs. But I haven't found any clues to my issue.
> Also look in qfiles/archive to see if there are messages waiting to be
> If the lists are working, the list's archive attributes are 'Yes',
> ArchRunner is running and qfiles/archive is empty, yet your messages
> aren't being archived, I think there have to be exceptions in
> Mailman's error log.
> 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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