Michael J McCafferty wrote:
I am using Mailman 2.1.5 with Postfix on CentOS 3.5 (RHEL 3). My problem
is that I have no archives. They are not being created.
Each list is set to archive, and to make the archives public. I do have
Apache set to follow symlinks. I also do not have any mbox directories or
files being kept. I don't know why. I figure that I have no archives
because I have no mboxes. I have checked the permissions (check_perms).
Any thoughts on how to remedy or what to check next ?
Are you using SELinux? There might be a security policy issue.
Normally, the list creation process creates the
archives/private/listname/listname.mbox/ directory and the first
archived message creates the
archives/private/listname/listname.mbox/listname.mbox file. It seems
that you have neither the directory or file for your lists. If you
create the directories by hand (in the 'mailman' group and group
writable and searchable and normally setgid although I don't think
that setgid is really necessary), that may allow messages to be
archived, but it doesn't answer the question of why the directories
weren't created in the first place.
There may be relevant messages in Mailman's 'error' log. Also, the
unarchived posts may be in the shunt queue such that creating the
directories and running bin/unshunt will archive those posts.
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