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[leafnode-list] Re: How to make leafnode refresh all groups without having to visit them?
Chris G <cl@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Yes, I'm using "tin -r".
> I still don't follow how it's going to work though. Some groups can
> be very quiet for several days.
When checking for new news, most newsreaders send a GROUP for every
subscribed group. This GROUP command makes sure that leafnode keeps the
group as interesting.
> So, for example, say there are no messages in uk.comp.vendors for some
> days so I don't actually enter that group with tin for that many days.
> How does leafnode know to read a message that appears there after
> several days of inactivity?
The startup of tin looks like
Oct 17 16:39:06 news leafnode: <GROUP de.comp.os.unix.linux.misc
Oct 17 16:39:07 news leafnode: >211 101018 90432 199737 de.comp.os.unix.linux.misc group selected
Oct 17 16:39:07 news leafnode: <GROUP de.comp.os.unix.linux.hardware
Oct 17 16:39:08 news leafnode: >211 20471 21232 44721 de.comp.os.unix.linux.hardware group selected
Oct 17 16:39:08 news leafnode: <GROUP de.comp.os.unix.x11
Oct 17 16:39:08 news leafnode: >211 3594 4444 8750 de.comp.os.unix.x11 group selected
Oct 17 16:39:08 news leafnode: <GROUP de.comp.os.unix.apps.kde
so it should work.
Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they AREN'T after you.
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