FAQ
This is the new list commands.

Ecartis Help File **
By Rachel Blackman, JT Traub and Ryan T. Dean

TO GET A LIST OF LISTS:

Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
with a subject of "lists". A list of lists hosted by
the server will be returned to you.

TO SUBSCRIBE TO A LIST:

Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
(you can just reply to this message). In the subject
field, enter "subscribe [listname]". Or, you can send
a message to "[listname]-request" with a subject of
"subscribe".

TO UNSUBSCRIBE FROM A LIST:

Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
(you can just reply to this message). Enter

"unsubscribe [listname]" in the subject field. You
can also send a message to "[listname]-request" with a

subject of "unsubscribe".
While you should NOT send your unsubscribe command to
the list itself, Ecartis will attempt to trap such
erroneous postings and
forward them to the list administrators for proper
handling.

TO GET A DIGEST EVERY DAY:

Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
with a subject of "set [listname] digest". This will
turn on digests, and you will receive a digest however
often the server is configured to
send them.

TO STOP GETTING A DIGEST:

Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
with a subject of "unset [listname] digest". This

will turn off digest mode, and instead you will
receive an eMail every time something is posted
to the list.

TO GET A DIGEST AND NORMAL POSTS:

Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
with a subject of "set [listname] digest2". This will

activate digest mode with normal posting. As each
message is posted to the list it will be
sent to you, and you will receive a digest as well.
This flag should be used INSTEAD of digest, NOT IN
ADDITION TO.

To stop receiving digests in addition to normal posts,
send a message to the ecartis account with a subject
of "unset [listname] digest2". You will go back to
receiving normal posts.

TO FIND OUT WHO IS ON A LIST:

Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
with a subject of "who [listname]". You will receive
a list of people subscribed
to the list who are not hidden. Admins will be able
to see everbody, including those hidden.

TO HIDE ON A LIST:

Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
with a subject of "set [listname] hidden". You will
no longer appear on WHO queries to the listserver. No
one (except Admins) will know you
are subscribed to the list unless you post to it (in
which case those people on the list will know you
posted if nothing else).

TO STOP HIDING ON A LIST:

Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
with a subject of "unset [listname] hidden". You will
then show up on WHO queries to the listserver.

TO GO ON VACATION:

Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
with a subject of "set [listname] vacation". You will
remain subscribed to the list but will not receive any
eMail as long as this flag is set.

To come back from vacation, eMail the ecartis account
with a subject of "unset [listname] vacation".

TO CHECK ON YOUR OWN STATUS:
Send a message to the ecartis account on the server

with a subject of "stats [listname]". You will get a
list of all the flags currently set on your account.

TO GET A LIST OF FLAGS AVAILABLE:

Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
with a subject of "flags". An eMail will be sent to
you with the available flags that you can set on your
account.

TO GET A LIST OF COMMANDS AVAILABLE:

Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
with a subject of "commands". An eMail will be sent
to you with all the commands that the server and any
installed modules offer.



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Navair Orlando
407.380.4136

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  • Denise.Rossette_at_SWFWMD.STATE.FL.US at Jan 23, 2004 at 2:25 pm
  • Frank B. Hansen at Jan 23, 2004 at 2:26 pm
  • Jared Still at Jan 23, 2004 at 3:02 pm
    Thanks for posting that Fred.

    I might also point out that you may want to see the FAQ at
    http://www.freelists.org/help/fom-serve/cache/1.html

    This command doc is also available at freelists.org, I think
    you need to login first to find the link.

    Jared

    PS. For any of you using older versions of Evolution, I
    would recommend going to Ximian.com and upgrading to 1.4.

    vs. 1.0.8 chokes under large amounts of email, such as when
    you move a mailing list and get a 1000 emails all at once.
    On Fri, 2004-01-23 at 06:10, Fred Collington wrote:
    This is the new list commands.

    ** Ecartis Help File **
    By Rachel Blackman, JT Traub and Ryan T. Dean

    TO GET A LIST OF LISTS:
    Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
    with a subject of "lists". A list of lists hosted by
    the server will be returned to you.

    TO SUBSCRIBE TO A LIST:
    Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
    (you can just reply to this message). In the subject
    field, enter "subscribe [listname]". Or, you can send
    a message to "[listname]-request" with a subject of
    "subscribe".

    TO UNSUBSCRIBE FROM A LIST:
    Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
    (you can just reply to this message). Enter
    "unsubscribe [listname]" in the subject field. You
    can also send a message to "[listname]-request" with a
    subject of "unsubscribe".
    While you should NOT send your unsubscribe command to
    the list itself, Ecartis will attempt to trap such
    erroneous postings and
    forward them to the list administrators for proper
    handling.

    TO GET A DIGEST EVERY DAY:
    Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
    with a subject of "set [listname] digest". This will
    turn on digests, and you will receive a digest however
    often the server is configured to
    send them.

    TO STOP GETTING A DIGEST:
    Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
    with a subject of "unset [listname] digest". This
    will turn off digest mode, and instead you will
    receive an eMail every time something is posted
    to the list.

    TO GET A DIGEST AND NORMAL POSTS:
    Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
    with a subject of "set [listname] digest2". This will
    activate digest mode with normal posting. As each
    message is posted to the list it will be
    sent to you, and you will receive a digest as well.
    This flag should be used INSTEAD of digest, NOT IN
    ADDITION TO.
    To stop receiving digests in addition to normal posts,
    send a message to the ecartis account with a subject
    of "unset [listname] digest2". You will go back to
    receiving normal posts.

    TO FIND OUT WHO IS ON A LIST:
    Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
    with a subject of "who [listname]". You will receive
    a list of people subscribed
    to the list who are not hidden. Admins will be able
    to see everbody, including those hidden.

    TO HIDE ON A LIST:
    Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
    with a subject of "set [listname] hidden". You will
    no longer appear on WHO queries to the listserver. No
    one (except Admins) will know you
    are subscribed to the list unless you post to it (in
    which case those people on the list will know you
    posted if nothing else).

    TO STOP HIDING ON A LIST:
    Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
    with a subject of "unset [listname] hidden". You will
    then show up on WHO queries to the listserver.

    TO GO ON VACATION:
    Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
    with a subject of "set [listname] vacation". You will
    remain subscribed to the list but will not receive any
    eMail as long as this flag is set.
    To come back from vacation, eMail the ecartis account
    with a subject of "unset [listname] vacation".

    TO CHECK ON YOUR OWN STATUS:
    Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
    with a subject of "stats [listname]". You will get a
    list of all the flags currently set on your account.

    TO GET A LIST OF FLAGS AVAILABLE:
    Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
    with a subject of "flags". An eMail will be sent to
    you with the available flags that you can set on your
    account.

    TO GET A LIST OF COMMANDS AVAILABLE:
    Send a message to the ecartis account on the server
    with a subject of "commands". An eMail will be sent
    to you with all the commands that the server and any
    installed modules offer.




    =====
    Fred Collington
    Navair Orlando
    407.380.4136

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  • Charu Joshi at Oct 12, 2004 at 3:25 am
    Dear all,

    Version 9.2.0.3
    OS: Solaris 8

    I have written a tiny stored procedure which does a SELECT from v$sql and
    v$sql_workarea and INSERTs into local tables. The reason for doing this is
    that STATSPACK does not take snapshot of v$sql_workarea table, and I thought
    this information would be useful to accurately calculate values for
    SORT_AREA_SIZE and HASH_AREA_SIZE.

    But I remembered having been told by a DBA never to include v$ tables as
    part of any transaction. This makes sense as well. The question is:

    Is it absolutely unwise and not recommended to create such a procedure as
    I have? Is there any workaround?
    How does STATSPACK collect data from V$ tables, if not through
    INSERT..SELECT.. COMMIT like transaction?

    Many thanks & regards,
    Charu.

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  • Piet de Visser at Jan 24, 2004 at 10:18 am


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  • Jared Still at Jan 27, 2004 at 3:50 pm
    Sigh...

    Ok, I've seen a few of these now.

    Maybe you need another cup of coffee?

    Or beverage of choice?

    Or sleep? I know I did the other night, still do. Couldn't
    figure out that I could get to the admin functions for the
    new list by pressing the button.

    If you want digest mode, please reread instructions.

    The FAQ at freelists.org will tell all.

    Jared
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    This is my 2nd attempt,
    but I do not seem to receive a digest yet...

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  • Ryan_gaffuri_at_comcast.net at Oct 12, 2004 at 10:24 am
    Typically when someone goes 'never' its an over simplification and is often wrong. The only time I say 'never' is when I talk to a non-technical person or someone without database skills, since its too much info to explain the details. Most people who say 'never' to other professionals with the same skillset typically don't know that much and when pressed do not know the details of 'why'. So there opinion is often not trustworthy. It's one of those red-herrings that sets off alarms for me.
    People don't include v$views in stuff like this because if you do it alot, it hurts performance. Sounds like you are including it as part of a statspack routine that runs what 3 times a day? It shouldn't be a problem.

    Its not uncommon to want to capture v$data statically for later analysis. Just don't run it out of a loop or on-demand. Periodic uses are perfectly reasonable.
    Dear all,

    Version 9.2.0.3
    OS: Solaris 8

    I have written a tiny stored procedure which does a SELECT from v$sql and
    v$sql_workarea and INSERTs into local tables. The reason for doing this is
    that STATSPACK does not take snapshot of v$sql_workarea table, and I thought
    this information would be useful to accurately calculate values for
    SORT_AREA_SIZE and HASH_AREA_SIZE.
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  • Charu Joshi at Oct 13, 2004 at 5:21 am
    Thanks Ryan, I have setup the job.

    Regards,
    Charu.

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    To: joshic_at_mahindrabt.com; oracle-l_at_freelists.org
    Cc: Charu Joshi
    Subject: Re: V$ views in transactions

    Typically when someone goes 'never' its an over simplification and is often
    wrong. The only time I say 'never' is when I talk to a non-technical person
    or someone without database skills, since its too much info to explain the
    details. Most people who say 'never' to other professionals with the same
    skillset typically don't know that much and when pressed do not know the
    details of 'why'. So there opinion is often not trustworthy. It's one of
    those red-herrings that sets off alarms for me.
    People don't include v$views in stuff like this because if you do it alot,
    it hurts performance. Sounds like you are including it as part of a
    statspack routine that runs what 3 times a day? It shouldn't be a problem.

    Its not uncommon to want to capture v$data statically for later analysis.
    Just don't run it out of a loop or on-demand. Periodic uses are perfectly
    reasonable.
    Dear all,

    Version 9.2.0.3
    OS: Solaris 8

    I have written a tiny stored procedure which does a SELECT from v$sql and
    v$sql_workarea and INSERTs into local tables. The reason for doing this is
    that STATSPACK does not take snapshot of v$sql_workarea table, and I thought
    this information would be useful to accurately calculate values for
    SORT_AREA_SIZE and HASH_AREA_SIZE.
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