rotis23 at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 13 09:50:44 UTC 2004
It looked as though it was single threaded - Why??
nnrpd doesn't handle all traffic does it?
My original thought was to dump it directly into the
spool but I guess that may cause unseen issues. I'll
create a separate spool (as you suggest) and use a
reader to post.
--- Russ Allbery <rra at stanford.edu> wrote:
> Chris Masters <rotis23 at yahoo.com> writes:
> > Having fun with installing INN and writing
> > One issue though. Upon certain conditions I want
> > - block the post
> > - create a new post and post to localhost using
> > Net::NNTP.
> You may find it easier to just drop the new post in
> and make sure you're running rnews -U from cron to
> pick up posts dropped
> off in there. Particularly if it's not critical
> that the post go through
> You won't be able to connect to innd from inside a
> filter running in innd,
> since innd is not multithreaded. I don't think
> there's any way that you
> can interrupt innd to push another post through
> while processing a first
> post, I'm afraid. (nnrpd would normally wait for
> the filter to complete
> before passing along a post made through it.)
> Russ Allbery (rra at stanford.edu)
> Please send questions to the list rather than
> mailing me directly.
> explains why.
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