Initialize overview buffers -> makehistory?
mario.rabl at uta.at
Thu Dec 13 09:47:52 UTC 2001
Thx 4 answer.
I initialized all my overview buffers and started
#> makehistory -x -O -F
After finishing inndf -o tells me, that there are 27 % overview space used -
so far, so well...
When I start my newsreader and try to get articles, the message count shows
unread messages - but no articles are displayed...
So I now have started
#> makehistory -b -f history.n -O -l 30000 -I (as man-page says)
and there are also a lot of error messages appear in the log's, saying
bufferindexed: could not add overview for 'newsgroup.name.here'
The same messages appeared befor, while makehistory -x -O -F was running...
Does it make sense to wait for the second makehistory run, or will the
problem persist after this also - and if answer is "yes" - how can i fix it?
? = ; )
Thx in advance
mario = ; )
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Katsuhiro Kondou [SMTP:Katsuhiro_Kondou at isc.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, December 04, 2001 11:48 PM
> To: inn-workers at isc.org
> Subject: Re: Initialize overview buffers -> makehistory?
> In article <503FEFA431D6D21193660080C8270E4B011049D1 at bmail01.utalan.at>,
> Rabl Mario <mario.rabl at uta.at> wrote;
> } If I will initialize (dd /dev/zero) all my bufferindex-files for
> overview -
> } do I have to do any makehistory after that or just startup the server
> } anythink would be fine?
> You need to run makehistory, if you already have old articles.
> Katsuhiro Kondou
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