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Re: [leafnode-list] Cannot post articles.



I am using the version 19 from the leafnode.org site.  Complete debug log of 
the session in question follows:-

Doug.

Jan  6 17:33:24 localhost fetchnews[1223]: 1.9.19: verbosity level is 2
Jan  6 17:33:24 localhost fetchnews[1223]: config: debugmode is 1
Jan  6 17:33:24 localhost fetchnews[1223]: config: delaybody is 1 (default 0)
Jan  6 17:33:24 localhost fetchnews[1223]: Last LIST ACTIVE done 19805 
seconds ago: NEWGROUPS
Jan  6 17:33:28 localhost fetchnews[1223]: <200 NewsCache 0.99.15, accepting 
NNRP commands
Jan  6 17:33:28 localhost fetchnews[1223]: connected to 203.13.168.7: 200
Jan  6 17:33:28 localhost fetchnews[1223]: >MODE READER^M
Jan  6 17:33:28 localhost fetchnews[1223]: <200 NewsCache 0.99.15, accepting 
NNRP commands
Jan  6 17:33:28 localhost fetchnews[1223]: >GROUP comp.os.linux.misc^M
Jan  6 17:33:29 localhost fetchnews[1223]: <211 1600 205419 207575 
comp.os.linux.misc group selected
Jan  6 17:33:29 localhost fetchnews[1223]: >STAT 
<1oq81a.u41.ln@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>^M
Jan  6 17:33:29 localhost fetchnews[1223]: <223 0 
<1oq81a.u41.ln@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> status
Jan  6 17:33:29 localhost fetchnews[1223]: Message-ID of 1182-1010298433-1 
already in use upstream -- article discarded
Jan  6 17:33:29 localhost fetchnews[1223]: >QUIT^M
Jan  6 17:33:29 localhost fetchnews[1224]: Process forked.

On Mon,  7 Jan 2002 18:10, you wrote:
> Doug Laidlaw wrote:
> > I am running Leafnode with Mandrake Linux 7.2 and Knews.
> >
> > Everything works except posting.  I just tried to post a test message and
> > got the following in the debug log:
> >
> > Jan  7 10:03:33 localhost fetchnews[2079]: Message-ID of
> > 2047-1010358097-1 already in use upstream -- article discarded
> >
> > Do I need to run "fetchnews -f" again?
>
> No.
>
> Before fetchnews posts an article it tests whether the article is
> already available upstream. Dependent on your version of leafnode,
> it does so by using the STAT (1.9.x) or the HEAD (2.0b8, I don't
> know about Matthias' leafnode versions) command to look for the
> message-id of the article. If your upstream site is using nntpcache,
> the check using STAT will fail (because the STAT implementation of
> nntpcache is buggy) and any message id will be reported as "already
> in use".
>
> You can find out more about the problem by using the debug mode. If
> you cannot interpret it, consider posting the relevant excerpt of
> the log or send it in private email.
>
> --Cornelius.

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