[Mailman-Users] How to monitor mailman transaction
Hien HUYNH HUU
hien.hh at sbsc.com.vn
Thu Nov 12 09:55:52 CET 2009
These 2 log lines are generated when a post was sent successful to everyone (I just tail 2 last lines). May be something wrongs ? I'm using Mailman-2.1.12.
From: Mark Sapiro [mailto:mark at msapiro.net]
Sent: Thursday, November 12, 2009 3:35 PM
To: Hien HUYNH HUU; Carl Zwanzig
Cc: mailman-users at python.org
Subject: RE: [Mailman-Users] How to monitor mailman transaction
Hien HUYNH HUU wrote:
> I checked , but It didn't show exactly :
>Nov 12 10:35:17 2009 (21892) <mailman.185.1257996917.21888.listname at domain.com> smtp to listname for 1 recips, completed in 0.111 seconds
>Nov 12 10:45:17 2009 (21892) <mailman.186.1257997515.21888.listname at domain.com> smtp to listname for 1 recips, completed in 0.095 seconds
> As you see, It just show 1 recips per line in 0.x seconds.
> When I count :
Those two entries are for the delivery of mailman generated notices to
the list owner or the poster or ?? They are not for delivery of a post.
> [root at pxp02 logs]# cat smtp | grep "Nov 12" |wc -l
> But my list has over 10000 emails , so this log shows not correctly.
If there is a post on Nov 12, Mailman hasn't yet finished it's delivery
to the MTA. The log entry is written after the message has been sent
If you want to know where it is in the delivery process for a single
message that is taking a long time, you will have to look at the MTA
logs or perhaps enable debug output from smtplib - see the FAQ at
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