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Re: [leafnode-list] 2.08b: Unknown reply to XOVER command
> On Tuesday 05 Feb 2002 9:30 am, Matthias Andree wrote:
> > Stroller wrote:
> > > [news@garcon stroller]$ /usr/local/sbin/fetchnews -vvv
> > > 2.0b8: verbosity level is 3
> > > Trying to connect to news.eclipse.co.uk ... connected.
> > > Getting new newsgroups from news.eclipse.co.uk
> > > Read server info from /var/spool/news/leaf.node/news.eclipse.co.uk
> > > uk.media.dvd: considering articles 36565-37924
> > > Unknown reply to XHDR command: 211 27852 257036 292003 uk.media.dvd
> > > comp.next: considering articles 128626-142505
> > > Unknown reply to XHDR command: 211 3255 70494 75391 uk.comp.os.linux
> > >
> > > Is this an improvement..?
> > No, regretfully, it's not. You're still seeing GROUP replies in response
> > to the (now) XHDR command. I cannot contact that server, can you set
> > debugmode=2 in your /etc/leafnode/config, remove preferxhdr=1 again and
> > run fetchnews, then provide us with the log file please?
> For sure. If this server is of interest to you as a developer, I can provide
> an account for you on one of my boxen for you. I believe that telnetting to a
> newserver can provide debug info, but it might also be possibe to enable
> forwarding or routing of some sort for you.
Here is the culprit:
Feb 5 18:28:25 garcon fetchnews: >NEWNEWS uk.people.bdsm 020205 175800
Feb 5 18:28:25 garcon fetchnews: <502 NEWNEWS Permission Denied (command disabled)
Feb 5 18:28:26 garcon fetchnews: >GROUP uk.people.bdsm
Feb 5 18:28:26 garcon fetchnews: <.
Leafnode does not expect the dot after the NEWNEWS error message.
Actually, I think there should be no dot after an error message
(i.e. I believe the news server runs faulty software; it runs
our favourite: NNTPcache, V2.4.0b5).
/* Cornelius Krasel, U Wuerzburg, Dept. of Pharmacology, Versbacher Str. 9 */
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