msapiro at value.net
Thu Oct 25 04:02:01 CEST 2007
Melinda Gilmore wrote:
>So there is not a nocol type way to have yourself paged for mailman itself.
I know nothing about nocol, but it seems unlikely that the only way it
can check on the health of a process is via communication to a socket,
but even if that is the case, you could create your own process to
check the health of mailmanctl and the qrunners and monitor that with
nocol ("There is no problem in computer programming that cannot be
by adding yet one more level of indirection." - Maurice Wilkes).
for a patch that adds a 'status' function to mailmanctl, but note that
this still doesn't check the qrunners.
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