cnfsstat errors

Albert E. Whale aewhale at abs-comptech.com
Sat Dec 29 03:21:38 UTC 2001


Yes, Thank you I got that.  But the command never completes.

Well, let me say this, when the list stops running, it ends with the 
single line.

read:

Is that standard?  So what is the oldest message in the spool?

Russ Allbery wrote:

>Albert E Whale <aewhale at abs-comptech.com> writes:
>
>>I am running inn-2.3.2 and I am using Cyclic Buffers for storage (TOO
>>MANY Problems with Tradspool), anyway I am checking the info on the
>>Spool, and I found that cnfsstat -a produces the following:
>>
>
>>  (Missing <OWtW7.128457$8w3.25620131 at typhoon.kc.rr.com>)
>>  (Missing <Xns9183A12A8141Asbogleusyahoocom at 66.75.162.199>)
>>  (Missing <mutW7.51384$OY3.1794736 at news3.calgary.shaw.ca>)
>>  (Missing <ixtW7.916$li.18828 at read1.cgocable.net>)
>>  (Missing <TvtW7.55118$Rp6.13402028 at news2.rdc1.ab.home.com>)
>>  (Missing <%utW7.286645$er5.5523115 at e3500-atl2.usenetserver.com>)
>>  (Missing <kutW7.286634$er5.5503369 at e3500-atl2.usenetserver.com>)
>>  (Missing <rStW7.384$YR3.331408 at news.uswest.net>)
>>  (Missing <a0do9j$1kc8$489 at scavenger.euro.net>)
>>  (Missing <FutW7.286640$er5.5461340 at e3500-atl2.usenetserver.com>) 
>>
>
>>Can someone clue me into what is going on, or how to clean this up?
>>
>
>Those aren't errors, and there isn't anything you have to clean up.  When
>given the -a option, cnfsstat tries to find the age of the oldest article
>in the cycbuff, but frequently older articles have expired or been
>cancelled, which will result in messages like those as the oldest articles
>aren't actually present.
>

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