[Mailman-Users] Indexing mail right after delivery
mark at msapiro.net
Wed Mar 3 16:33:24 CET 2010
On 3/2/2010 11:02 PM, Cedric Jeanneret wrote:
> Woops, right. it was commented out in my code. For now, I'm pocking
> around with some other problems, such as my external archiver returns
> a non-zero status. It seems to crash with the
> h.processUnixMailbox(f) Is there any way to have a backtrace of
> python errors (i.e. testing it through the shell)? I guess I can
> write a file with all email content, included headers, and pipe it in
> my file. Right ?
There are several choices.
You could try adding '&>filename' to your external archiver command
string. That will probably work
You can do as you suggest above.
You can replace your "import syslog" with
from Mailman.Logging.Syslog import syslog
from Mailman.Logging.Utils import LogStdErr
LogStdErr('debug', 'mailmanctl', manual_reprime=0)
and change your syslog.syslog('debug text') statements to
syslog('debug', 'debug text')
This will write all stderr output plus your 'debug text' entries to a
log named debug in Mailman's logs directory. (You can name the log
anything you want. It will be created if it doesn't exist.)
I see you've gotten further. I'll respond to that post.
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