[Mailman-Users] when renaming a virtual domain the listinfo command can't show list
maspsr at sdu.dk
Tue Dec 27 07:07:52 CET 2011
My fault - cut & paste typo. What I actually did was:
Withlist -l -r fix_url testsdu -u newdomain.sdu.dk
And I have
VIRTUAL_HOST_OVERVIEW = Off in mm_cfg.py.
I can address the list on : http://newdomain.sdu.dk/mailman/listinfo/testsdu
But all other lists area addressed on: http://mymailserver.sdu.dk/mailman/listinfo/somelist
What.s The problem ??
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Fra: Mark Sapiro [mailto:mark at msapiro.net]
Sendt: 23. december 2011 19:04
Til: Peter Sørensen
Cc: mailman-users at python.org
Emne: Re: [Mailman-Users] when renaming a virtual domain the listinfo command can't show list
On 12/23/2011 12:35 AM, Peter Sørensen wrote:
> I have a list named mytest in mydomain.sdu.dk and i want to change the
> domain to newdomain.sdu.dk
> I call withlist -l -r fix_url.py testsdu mytest -u newdomain.sdu.dk
If you did literally the above, it didn't work. You must not have a .py extension on fix_url. Also, it appears you are trying to do two lists.
This requires two commands:
withlist -l -r fix_url testsdu -u newdomain.sdu.dk withlist -l -r fix_url mytest -u newdomain.sdu.dk
> And then genaliases to rebuild the virtiual-mailman file
> I can address the list and everything seems to work apart from the
> list is missing on the web when using the listinfo command. I'm sure
> that his is because a url is changed but I can't find out where. It's not in the config file. Where to look ??
If the above is not the issue, then perhaps you are not visiting the correct listinfo URL. Lists whose host in their web_page_url attribute is newdomain.sdu.dk will only appear on the listinfo page http://newdomain.sdu.dk/mailman/listinfo. They won't appear on any other host's listinfo unless you set VIRTUAL_HOST_OVERVIEW = Off in mm_cfg.py.
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