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[leafnode-list] Re: Leafnode 2.0 and local groups..


On Mon, Apr 24, 2006 at 09:46:13PM +0200, clemens fischer wrote:
> > Just tested with 2.0.0_alpha20060321:
> > 
> > Existing newsgroup: internal.test
> > Existing directory structure: internal/test/
> > New newsgroup: internal.test.second
> > While posting to internal.test.second leafnode created
> > internal/test/second/ as it seems to be needed.
> how did you do this? i just tried "tin" to subscribe to some
> non-existing group, which failed.

Sorry, I edited /etc/leafnode/local.groups, of course. Since I'm using
xinetd, I did not have to restart any server. (I was not connected to
leafnode, so possibly I'd have to reconnect.)

> > The totally new group "no.dirs.needed" (not even no/ existed) behaved
> > in the same way. Right after posting there, no/dirs/needed/ appeared.
> might be a bad idea, as "no.*" might be a norwegian hierarchy and your
> posts go upstream!

The logfile said clearly: 

| Apr 24 21:14:44 [leafnode] LOCAL POST <... MID ...> no.dirs.needed

out.going/ still is empty.

I do not know, if any of my newsservers have the norwegian hierarchy.
But I do know, that leafnode only tries to post articles in groups, that
are carried by a newsserver. I doubt, that this group exists in the wide
world, even if no.* is known to my leafnode. Since this group does not
exist, there is no way for leafnode pushing my article anywhere.

Have a nice day!

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