[Namazu-users-en] Re: Search Field/Date Modified
pmoss at fcg.com
Sat Feb 25 00:59:50 JST 2006
> It is likely only to fail in making the index.
>Does not the error occur by mknmz?
It does not fail. It is, somehow, picking up the path of
(which I think is a default if nothing was specified in the .namzurc
(this is the directory where the index is being updated via my mknmz
Here is my mknmz command; I have the "cd" command and the "mknmz"
command in a script:
/usr/local/bin/mknmz -q -O documentumdevelopers \
--media-type='text/html; x-type=pipermail' \
ps://palinux04.fcg.com/mailman/private/documentumdevelopers/#' -a \
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From: Tadamasa Teranishi [mailto:yw3t-trns at asahi-net.or.jp]
Sent: Friday, February 24, 2006 10:54 AM
To: Moss, Patricia
Cc: namazu-users-en at namazu.org
Subject: Re: [Namazu-users-en] Re: Search Field/Date Modified
> The files in /usr/lib/mailman/archives/private/documentumdevelopers
> are being updated. There is no NMZ.head or NMZ.log file there though.
> Should they be residing there; instead of in
It is likely only to fail in making the index.
Does not the error occur by mknmz?
Contents of mknmzrc?
What does the argument of mknmz execute specifying it?
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