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Re: [leafnode-list] Have There Been Changes in leafnode ?

Desmond Coughlan schrieb am Wednesday, den 29. January 2003:

> > Yes. Please read the DEBUGGING section of leafnode's README file and try
> > to obtain a log of a run of "fetchnews -nvvvvP" with that article in
> > out.going.
> Done, but nothing is logged to /var/log/news.all ... 
> 	lievre# ls -l /var/log/news*
> 	ls: No match.
> This is after adding 'debugmode=1' to /etc/leafnode/config, adding
> 'news.debug   /var/log/news.all' to /etc/syslog.conf, and then restarting
> syslogd.

Ooops. Bug in README file, here's the correct sequence:

3. in your /etc/syslog.conf, add this line:

   news.debug   /var/log/news.all

   There is a tab character between the columns here.

4. touch /var/log/news.all

5. kill -HUP `cat /var/run/syslogd.pid`

> > BTW, what does "newsq" print?
> lievre# newsq
> Contents of queue in directory /var/spool/news/out.going:
> ordination: complete       4342 bytes, spooled Wed Jan 29 02:34:54 2003
> From:       "Truth_and_Justice" <SPAMtruthandjusticeSPAM@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Newsgroups: alt.activism.death-penalty
> Subject:    Don Kool's Fake Ordination
> Message-ID: (null)

Got it: The article has no Message-ID: and is therefore ignored by
leafnode. (Note that all articles put into out.going by leafnode itself
do have the Message-ID header).

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