[Mailman-Users] Mailman Cron question FIXED
mark at msapiro.net
Tue Feb 5 16:32:19 CET 2008
Marvin Raab wrote:
>Thanks for the response.
>Yup, it does.
>So, I should simply comment out all lines in the crontab.in file?
>>To resolve the problem, I had root use: crontab -u mailman -e and
>>manually edited the file; removing the mailman field
>>In Fedora 8 using yum to install, it appears that stopping and
>>restarting the mailman service does not copy the crontab.in file to the
>>mailman user's crontab.
>Mark Sapiro said:
>But does it copy it to /etc/cron.d/mailman? If so, you will be running
>duplicates of all the cron jobs which will result in duplicate password
>reminders and admin notices and other problems.
No. What you should do is remove your hand installed mailman crontab
crontab -u mailman -r
and let your yum installed package work as it was intended to.
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