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RE: [leafnode-list] Restoring Hard Links - Texpire
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> From: leafnode-list-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Matthias Andree
> Sent: Tuesday, June 29, 2004 12:33 AM
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> Subject: Re: [leafnode-list] Restoring Hard Links - Texpire
> Jeff Grossman schrieb am 2004-06-27:
> > I upgraded my hard drive about 3 weeks ago and installed a new version
> > Linux at the same time. I copied my news spool from the old hard drive
> > the new one. I am sure I did it wrong, I just did a "cp" on it. Now,
> > time Texpire runs, it spits out about 3 megs in a log file of restoring
> > links. I can understand this the first time Texpire runs after the
> > but it does it each time it runs now. Is this normal? Is there
> > can do? I am running the 2.0 snapshot from 5/13.
> Jeff, I have used that snapshot, copied the spool and ran texpire. It
> restored the hard links and filled my screen with the corresponding
> messages in -vvv mode. I ran texpire again, and the 2nd time I just got
> the normal output "group.name: n articles deleted, m kept", but no
> restored links. What file system is the spool on?
It is on ext3. Here is the interesting thing. I run Texpire via cron every
other day. The mail which cron sends me only has the "group.name: n
articles deleted, m kept" line, but my news log file has all of the
restoring hard links in it. Oh, but no rereading your message, in cron I
don't run it with -vvv.
Let me go look at the logs today, because Texpire ran this morning. Yup,
once again, I have tons of restored hard links in my log this morning.
Let me know if there is anything I can do. Otherwise, I might just kill the
spool and start over. I would prefer to not do that, but if nothing else
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