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Re: [leafnode-list] Leafnode and Pan
My version of Pan is 0.11.2.90 - the latest available as a Mandrake RPM.
I got more drastic,deleted the entire news spool and started again with
Knode. The log entries when I try to read an article a second time after
opening Knode again are:
Mar 26 09:09:02 dougshost leafnode: >205 Always happy to serve!
Mar 26 09:11:36 dougshost leafnode: config: debugmode is 1
Mar 26 09:11:36 dougshost leafnode: config: initialfetch is 200
Mar 26 09:11:36 dougshost leafnode: config: delaybody is 1 (default 0)
Mar 26 09:11:36 dougshost leafnode: rereading
Mar 26 09:11:38 dougshost leafnode: >200 Leafnode 1.9.20.rc6, pleased
to meet you!
Mar 26 09:11:38 dougshost leafnode: >211 119 1 119
soc.genealogy.australia+nz group selected
Mar 26 09:11:44 dougshost leafnode: soc.genealogy.australia+nz: first 1
last 119 artno 52
Mar 26 09:11:44 dougshost leafnode: >430 No such article: 52
Mar 26 09:11:49 dougshost leafnode: >205 Always happy to serve!
There is also a logfile news.err, but it contains nothing - only the entries
when I tried fetchnews without creating /message.id first.
On Monday 25 March 2002 8:27 pm, you wrote:
> On Mon, 25 Mar 2002, Doug Laidlaw wrote:
> > Panic!!
> > I don't know what I did, but using Pan as my newsreader, I somehow marked
> > every article body on the server for download in delaybody mode. The Pan
> > website tells me that the instruction manual will be ready next week.
> Wee. What Pan version have you been using?
> As a band-aid workaround, you can clear the download list for a certain
> group as follows:
> 1. become root
> 2. cd /var/spool/news/interesting.groups
> 3. cp /dev/null some.news.group
> That will prevent the download of bodies for some.news.group, but still
> download headers for the group on the next run.
> If you want to clear all of the body download lists, do:
> (with bash, ksh, ash, but not csh/tcsh):
> 1. become root
> 2. for i in /var/spool/news/interesting.groups/* ; do cp /dev/null $i ;
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