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Re: [leafnode-list] 2.0 beta and mail2news.

On Mon, 18 Feb 2002 00:31:08 +0100, Matthias Andree wrote:
>  Arne Hanssen schrieb am Sonntag, den 17. Februar 2002:
> > I've set up Leafnode 2.0 beta and Mail2News 0.11.5 and am experiencing
> > some problems.  Messages from maillists seems to disappear and here's
> > what fetchnews says:
> > ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> > fetchnews: version 2.0b8_ma10pre2; verbosity level is 2; debugging level
> > is 0
> > reading /var/spool/news/leaf.node/groupinfo and
> > /etc/leafnode/local.groups
> > found 7 articles in in.coming.
> > -------------- start suspicious messages ------------------
> > store: duplicate article
> > <<0.1300009056.1242530881-1463792382-1013526145@xxxxxxxxxx>>
> > Could not store /var/spool/news/in.coming/1888-1013616970-1: duplicate
> > store: duplicate article
> > <<Pine.LNX.4.33.0202171435150.2987-100000@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>>
> > Could not store /var/spool/news/in.coming/25551-1013957484-1: duplicate
> > store: cannot open current directory
>  Now that's a serious problem, this error indicates that fetchnews could
>  not open the . directory -- which should never be a problem. Kernel bug?
RedHat 7.2 with "official" kernel update; 2.4.9-13.  All these messages
are mail2news-handled ones.  Those messages reported as 'duplicate', are
duplicates as I did remember reading them in my local lists before, but
the other ones seems to be messages that was gone missing.

I could be my server hardware as I suspect it's not being as stable as
I've been used to (BIOS does not properly recognize my 30 GB disk, but
Linux doesn't complain).  I have had only one stop since upgrading, but
that's far more than usual.  :-)
I'm using ext3 filesystem - perhaps ext3 is not as stable as ext2?
I guess I'll have to wait and see if this problem persists.

Anyway, I'm still using mail2news as it suits me really well - and
is working too (otherwise this list wouldn't get my messages)!  :-)

Vennlig hilsen / Best regards
Arne Hanssen

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