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[Savannah-hackers-public] address@hidden: [gnu.org #675417] *-request aliases not being created ]
Thu, 24 Feb 2011 23:06:30 GMT
Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2011 18:03:15 -0500
From: "Ward Vandewege via RT" <address@hidden>
Subject: [gnu.org #675417] *-request aliases not being created
> [karl - Thu Feb 24 17:47:19 2011]:
> Creating a mailman list foo in the usual way no longer also creates
> address@hidden and the other associated addresses.
> About when it broke: from ~list/savannah*.log, bug-barcode was created
> on Nov 24 and bug-barcode-request works. But the gawk-diffs and
> fontutils-commits lists I created a few days ago did not get their
> *-request addresses. So sometime in the last couple months.
> The script involved, ~list/savannah_wrapper.pl, just calls mailman's
> newlist as far as I can see. I know the standard newlist doesn't create
> the *-request and other aliases, but I guess lists's mailman was hacked
> to do so at some point? I find it hard to follow. Anyway, it's not
> happening now.
This happens by means of a cron job on lists that exports the various
addresses to eggs.
That cron job calls dbmbuild on eggs, which was apparently aborted
mid-run on February 4th and left a temp file. That temp file caused it
to simply not run anymore (without error message).
I fixed that now, and the -request addresses for these newer lists
should now work. I also added some extra sanity checks so that we don't
have this problem again in the future.
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