kalin at el.net
Sat Sep 20 00:26:45 CEST 2008
Mark Sapiro wrote:
> kalin m wrote:
>> i did delete the locks when the problem begun. but that apparently
>> didn;t do much.. now here is what i get:
> Do you still have lock issues? Perhaps you deleted some active lock
> requests along with the stale lock and allowed a concurrent update
> causing the config.pck corruption. Or perhaps the corrupt config.pck
> is causing lock issues?
i still get:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/var/mailman/scripts/driver", line 87, in run_main
File "/var/mailman/Mailman/Cgi/admin.py", line 72, in main
mlist = MailList.MailList(listname, lock=0)
File "/var/mailman/Mailman/MailList.py", line 128, in __init__
File "/var/mailman/Mailman/MailList.py", line 629, in Load
File "/var/mailman/Mailman/MailList.py", line 668, in CheckVersion
if self.data_version >= mm_cfg.DATA_FILE_VERSION:
File "/var/mailman/Mailman/MailList.py", line 144, in __getattr__
raise AttributeError, name
>> ./bin/dumpdb lists/musiclist/config.pck | grep data_version
>> doesn't do much.
>> for ./bin/dumpdb lists/musiclist/config.pck.last
>> is giving me the help page for dumpdb.
> Which tells you "If the filename ends with `.db', then it is assumed
> that the file contains a Python marshal. If the file ends with `.pck'
> then it is assumed to contain a Python pickle. In either case, if you
> want to override the default assumption -- or if the file ends in
> neither suffix -- use the -p or -m flags."
> i.e. you need to do
> ./bin/dumpdb -p lists/musiclist/config.pck.last
cool. i didn't know that....
> What do you get when you dump these files? If you compare the results
> (by eye, not with diff) to a dump of a working list's config.pck, do
> they even look reasonable?
both musiclist/config.pck and musiclist/config.pck.last look pretty much
the same but not like any 'normal' config.pck
they have a bunch of lines like:
neo at hotmail.com () [odufat] [digest? no] [en]>),
'fb27c0e1ec56a5295f66992ba4463215b2291936': ( 'S',
neo at hotmail.com () [naunka] [digest? no] [en]>),
'fb3bef120543c177653d5057e699f2294368a2cc': ( 'S',
jane at mail.com () [rakono] [digest? no] [en]>),
'fb8efc7f43e9c068ca0cbc1e8c49f8e3227cdfaa': ( 'S',
nick76 at mailbox.com () [nietfu] [digest? no] [en]>),
'fba45bf178def81da36ea77b5ef5e440f1fd2b7a': ( 'S',
i assume this makes them corrupt....
i guess i'll just have to recreate the list?
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