[Mailman-Users] Mailman and htdig - issues after installing htdig
odhiambo at gmail.com
Fri Aug 27 21:54:26 CEST 2010
On Sat, Aug 21, 2010 at 4:12 PM, Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> wrote:
> On 8/20/2010 9:07 PM, Scott Race wrote:
> > Any search returns the same blank page, I did try a few more posts
> > and searched for the term 'error' and my name.
> See below:
> > Rerunning the cron script now gives the following, even though I sent
> > a post about 1 minute before running the cron script and it posted to
> > the list....
> > [root at lists2 cron]# ./nightly_htdig -v mailman_project Skipping htdig
> > for list; no recent posts: mailman_project
> This should only occur if there is no
> archives/private/mailman_project/yyyy-Month/ directory with a mod time
> more recent than archives/private/mailman_project/htdig/rundig_last_run.
> When you post, is the post archived? Does the mod time of
> archives/private/mailman_project/2010-August get updated?
> >> Running htsearch from command line gives me:
> >> [root at list bin]# htsearch -c
> >> Enter value for words: test
> >> Content-type: text/html
> This is normal/correct to here.
> >> Enter value for format: short [root at lists2 bin]#
> This should produce some HTML output following your input of 'short'.
> There is some problem with htsearch or the mailman_project.conf file.
I have been following this thread and had hoped to find a solution to my
problem, but seems it's ended without the answer I expected:-)
In my situation (several live lists), I get this error when I make a search
for a word I am very sure is there:
htdig Archives Access Failure search failed -12-
If you want to make another attempt to access a list archive then go via the
list users information
If this problem persists then please e-mail the following information to the
mailman at lists.kictanet.or.ke:
Here is the page (it is public anyway):
What could be the cause??
I have Mailman-2.1.13.
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