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Re: subdirs in postman?
On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 04:31:18PM +0400, Eugene Crosser wrote:
This is in your process.cf script.
This routine should be called with a file reference to local directory,
never with relative paths. That is:
z# cd $R
z# process 2744404-5547
There has been a tought about optimizing the ROUTERDIRHASH=
ZENV setting, which is now moving $POSTOFFICE/router/X/274404 file
to $POSTOFFICE/router/ directory before processing it.
This script is but one example of where "process X/274404" must be
fixed so that the non-moving thing would work.
(The less there are syscalls, the better..)
> z# process router/274404-5547
> process router/274404-5547
> db flush pwuid
> db flush pwnam
> db flush fullname
> db flush hostexpansions
> db flush recipients
> db flush expansions
> /bin/mv router/274404-5547
> mv: cannot rename router/274404-5547: No such file or directory
> return (return) <0>
> lapply('PS1', ())
> apparently postman was reorganized? But post-install does not create
> subdirs in postman...
/Matti Aarnio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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