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Re: [leafnode-list] Have There Been Changes in leafnode ?
Le Wed, Jan 29, 2003 at 03:59:30AM +0100, Matthias Andree a écrit ...
> > I just ran the cronjob manually, followed by fetchnews. The file wasn't
> > posted. It is as follows ...
> > -rwxr-xr-x 1 root news 4342 Jan 29 02:34 ordination
> This is not a leafnode file. Please try to obtain a debug log with one
> of the recently-announced versions if the "ordination" file really
> contains a news article.
Um, OK. I'm obviously not explaining this properly.
Up until last week, there were two main cronjobs running. The first was to
run a perl script called 'ngstatistics' , and place it into /root. A
small script would then be called that would 'cat' and >> the contents of
this 'output-file' onto a set of headers, which I had prepared. The entire
file would then be moved to /var/spool/news/out.going, and the next time
fetchnews ran, it would be posted. That set-up has been running
_perfectly_ since September 2002.
Since I installed 1.9.32, the files are no longer posted. No, they're not
'leafnode' files (whatever that means), but they _were_ being posted
without any problem, until I installed 1.9.32.
Is that clearer ?
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