Outgoing not working

Ron Jarrell jarrell at solaris.cc.vt.edu
Tue Jul 31 19:37:21 UTC 2001


At 02:12 PM 7/31/01 -0500, Kelly F. Hickel wrote:

>It turns out that I was looking at the wrong article number.  I ran the test
>again, and here's what happened:
>
>in news.notice:
>Jul 31 14:08:37 10.1.0.18 innd: localhost connected 16 
>Jul 31 14:08:37 10.1.0.18 innd: localhost:16 closed seconds 0 accepted 1
>refused 0 rejected 0 duplicate 0 accepted size 1583 duplicate size 0 
>Jul 31 14:08:37 10.1.0.18 nnrpd[16659]: kfh.mqsoftware.com post ok
><tc0emtg40ochk7p02tcm2tbodua7rvg47d at 4ax.com> 
>
>in news:
>[news at reddwarf log]$ grep -n tc0emtg40och *
>grep: OLD: Is a directory
>news:859:Jul 31 14:10:19.423 + not-for-mail
><tc0emtg40ochk7p02tcm2tbodua7rvg47d at 4ax.com> 1583
>[news at reddwarf log]$ 
>
>
>Does this make any light bulbs go on? ('cause I'm pretty much in the dark)
>
>-Kelly

Yea, you're newsfeeds file is wrong.  at the end of that "news" entry should
have been a list of feeds (the first keyword in each line of the newsfeeds
file) that, based on the list in that entry, will be fed this article.

No feeds qualified to be fed this article, although it was accepted and stored.



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