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Re: [leafnode-list] Follow-up posts are lost?
"Mike Vanecek" <leaf_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> In 1.10.X, the default is to only show the article locally when the
>> upstream has it, in 2.0.0 with default settings means show it
>> immediately. (2.0.0 can be switched to 1.X behavior by
> The last time I can find that a post like the following worked was
> around the 20th of October. I did a search using google.groups. Don't
> remember making any changes to leafnode or slrn after that time.
Has the upstream news server changed in that time?
> Oct 23 09:35:03 www fetchnews: news-east.newscene.com: postarticles:
> trying to post file 5503-1098541941-1 Message-ID <lk6q42-
The upstream servers might discard articles that have illegal domains in
the Message-ID - Google have fixed some issues on their site
recently. I'm not sure what changes exactly they made.
> It looks like it was process correctly on my system should have been
> appropriately posted on newscene.
>> Can you telnet into the upstream server and issue
>> HEAD <message.id.of.your.followup> and check that? If you can't
>> figure it out, just post the header here and we'll work it out together.
> 281 Ok
> group alt.agnosticism
> 211 429 137111 137539 alt.agnosticism
> HEAD lk6q42-vb5.ln1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> 430 No such article
> I also tried it without the group command.
The angle brackets are mandatory for these commands.
Try: HEAD <lk6q42-vb5.ln1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> As an aside, looking at my logs I notice I started having leafnode timeouts
> (900s) on a pretty regular basis on Sept 11. Probably not related although I
> would think that 15 minutes would be sufficient time for just about anything.
> Sep 11 09:20:06 www leafnode: < (ERROR: timeout - no response in 900 s)
If you're posting an article and editing the text takes longer than 900 s,
this is "normal".
> What is frustrating is that other posts are working correctly. I am going to
> try a reply where I just tell the system to post to all groups rather than
> setting the follow-up to header. Maybe newscene has a problem with those?
We have too little information to figure that out at this
time. Systematic tests across several _test_ groups (de.test for
instance) can show potential problems.
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