On Wed, Mar 29, 2000 at 04:56:12PM -0800, Christopher A. Adams wrote:
It seems that mhonarc tried to create a lock on the archive (see below
error message from log). I can't find a .mhonarc.lck file in the
archive, so I was going to use the FORCE resource. I am wondering how to
implement this. Can I just do it from the comand line using -force. Some
examples would be most welcome.
Since you may have more than one process trying to update the
archive at the same time, using -force to override mhonarc's
locking is probably a bad idea.
It might be better to change the LOCKDELAY and LOCKTRIES resources,
or to update the archive from a cron script instead of piping
mail directly into mhonarc.
lockdelay can also be specified from the command line, e.g.,
mhonarc -lockdelay 15
(temporary failure. Command output: Trying to create lock ... ERROR:
lock /usr/local/etc/httpd/http-sparkie/archives/coyote after 10 tries )
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