[Mailman-Users] bounce file questions
steve at marmot.org
Tue Feb 12 23:47:27 CET 2008
I have two questions... I've looked at the FAQ and can't find the
answer. Not to say it isn't there but searching on the string "bounce"
I didn't see an answer to either question.
1) Is it safe to delete a file hung up in mailman/qfiles/bounces?
I have one
-rw-rw---- 1 nobody mailman 3751 Jan 2 07:02
that I think I can delete (contents are spam anyway)
2) Is it safe to delete a file "bounce-events-*.pck" hung up in
I have one
-rw-rw---- 1 mailman mailman 5764 Jan 24 00:00 bounce-events-03252.pck
that isn't going away. I've watched the directory and other
bounce-events files have appeared and disappeared (eventually).
Just out of curiosity I checked the logs and:
# grep 1199282543.316215 /var/log/mailman/*
error.3:Jan 02 07:02:23 2008 (3252) Ignoring unparseable message:
error.3:Jan 24 08:08:10 2008 (3281) Ignoring unparseable message:
I'm assuming (and all that entails) that it is safe to simply delete
these files, but wanted to check with anyone smarter about mailman than
I'm likely to ever be first. Thanks!
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