Hello,
I made the modifications you suggested.
Now when I run nightly_htdig on a list, I get an error back that "I" is an
invalid option for htfuzzy. I uncommented that line in the rundig script.
Any ideas?
If it isn't critical, I can just re-comment that line.




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On 09/02/2015 05:29 PM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
On 09/02/2015 05:07 PM, Jason Fayre wrote:
Here you go.
Thanks so much for your help on this!
This rundig is from the centos 6.7 htdig package.

Your rundig has been modified from the 3.2.0b6 htdig base. The base
rundig always does a full rebuild of the index My patch to rundig adds
a '-u' option to do an 'update' rather than a full rebuild. Your
RedHat/Centos package rundig already has this option only it's '-i'
for incremental.

Thus, you don't need to patch your rundig at all unless you want to
uncomment line 79 (which my patch does) per lines 77-79

# If you want to use the soundex and (or) metaphone fuzzy matchings, #
Uncomment the following line # $BINDIR/htfuzzy $opts soundex metaphone

What you do need to do however is change nightly_htdig. My patch added
amongst other things the line

init_or_update = ' -u'

per

@@ -109,6 +109,7 @@
# test if the archive volume directories mod times have
# changed
recent_posts = None
+ init_or_update = ' -u'
rundig_run_file = os.path.join(list_htdig_dir, 'rundig_last_run')
archive = HyperArch.HyperArchive(mlist)
try:

You need to change that to

init_or_update = ' -i'

because in your rundig the 'incremental' option is '-i', not '-u'.



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