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Re: mailing list archives
we need to take a look at this on our end. in theory the cron job need
only be run on metalab. it generates, when it works correctly ;->, html
pages that should reference each other without any additional software. i
agree the sizes of the files don't make sense. we've had a problem with
the broken cron messages before. Donald, can you look at this?
On Thu, 27 Jan 2000, Greg Ferguson wrote:
> On Jan 28, 4:33am, NAKANO Takeo wrote:
> > Subject: Re: mailing list archives
> > Hi,
> > # thanks a lot for the sorted_howtos.dat.gz :)
> > In article <10001251454.ZM9851@hoop.timonium.sgi.com>
> > email@example.com writes:
> > > > www.linuxdoc.org/archives/ldp-discuss/maillist.html (large;
> > >
> > > I misspoke. That file is /ridiculously large/ - ~33meg.
> > > This definitely needs to be addressed.
> > This page (and threads.html also) is flooded with
> > a lot of "Output from "cron" command" messages complaining:
> > ==
> > Your "cron" job on titan.oit.unc.edu
> > /export/sunsite/users/ldp-dis/bin/addem 2>&1 >>
> > produced the following output:
> > Warning: Database (2.4.3) != program (2.4.4) version.
> > ==
> > MHonArc problem?
> Looks that way. I'm not sure who originally set this up, but I'll
> see if I can filter out that garbage and remove the html files
> referenced by those bogus entries. Then we'll have to get to the
> root of the problem. Looks like it might mean re-creating the
> database to match the program version.
> Thank you for finding this.
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