a problem with expire and history

Kenichi Okada okada at opaopa.org
Thu Oct 21 07:14:28 UTC 1999


I have had the sama problem.

In the message "a problem with expire and history"
               <Pine.LNX.4.10.9910171117390.2555-100000 at mail.teliafi.net>
Toni Maatta <toni at mail.teliafi.net> wrote:

> Duplicate message-id "<7u01kv$2a4$1 at tron.sci.fi>" in history
> Duplicate message-id "<7u00lg$adm$1 at wanadoo.fr>" in history
> Duplicate message-id "<19991012185716.7760.qmail at master.debian.org>"
> in history
> Duplicate message-id "<erH24SOF$GA.305 at cpmsnbbsa02>" in history

> lot of these errors. So expire doesn't work quite well. It doesn't remove
> any messages and my spool is full. So what can I do? Did I do something
> wrong or what? I'm using traditional storage method and I compiled my INN
> with tagged-hash option (does this option have something to do with
> anything)? 

I upgraded inn-1999-10-11_03-01 to inn-1999-10-17_03-01.
I ran makehistory -O -I and makedbz -i.
I'm using cnfs storage method and buffindexed ovmethod,
and I compiled my INN with tagged-hash option.
I cannot expireover and core dumps.
My overview spool is full. I don't know what I should do.

% gdb expireover
(gdb) run
Starting program: /usr/news/bin/expireover
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0xef44b5ac in _malloc_unlocked () from /usr/lib/libc.so.1

And I see next message in my log file.

Oct 20 18:25:08 kohada nnrpd[20642]: SM could not find token type or method was
not initialized (0)

Thank you.

Kenichi Okada
mailto:okada at opaopa.org

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