Another newbie question, innfeed.....
rob at staff.ca.inter.net
Mon Mar 18 14:54:14 UTC 2002
Hey Thanks for your help...
i seemed to have it workign now... it might have been all this time ...
apperantly i have been testing in a group named mtl.test
my upstream provider di dnot have thi group so it did not propogate!
Also those log file sare in /var/log/news not /usr/local/news/log
Now the only other i have a question for is when posts go out id it through
only one provider or can i do multiple ones... i tried addin ga second one
but i get lock errors....
thanks for all your help
rob at team.inter.net
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeffrey M. Vinocur" <jeff at litech.org>
To: "Rob Morin" <rob at staff.ca.inter.net>
Cc: <inn-workers at isc.org>
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2002 12:41 AM
Subject: Re: Another newbie question, innfeed.....
> On Fri, 15 Mar 2002, Rob Morin wrote:
> > -rw-rw-r-- 1 news news 0 Mar 14 03:00 news.crit
> > -rw-rw-r-- 1 news news 0 Mar 14 03:00 news.err
> > -rw-rw-r-- 1 news news 0 Mar 14 03:00 news.notice
> Let's start by getting this fixed, so that if there are any log messages
> we can see them, eh?
> You want to find the "INSTALL" file which came with INN and read the
> section about /etc/syslog.conf -- there's some misconfiguration there, I
> > Is this true or do the posts go out as needed/posted???
> NNTP is most definitely a "push" protocol. With innfeed, your posts
> should go out in a matter of seconds.
> > A user here on this inn mailing list said if you can telnet to
> > sherry.on.tac.net(my news feed provider) at port 119 it should accept
> > my outgoing posts.....
> That's not entirely true -- to use innfeed to send out posts, you need to
> have a proper peering setup worked out (although it sounds like you do).
> If you telnet to 119 of your provider and say "ihave" what happens?
> Jeffrey M. Vinocur
> jeff at litech.org
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