>>>>> "JRL" == John R Levine <email@example.com> writes:
JRL> That usually means the file is mounted by NFS, since one of the
JRL> thousand band-aids on NFS turns root into "nobody" across NFS mounts
JRL> unless you set mount options carefully.
But this is in a Majordomo-controlled directory. Mj2 does
---===***not***===--- do correct locking over NFS. If someone is actually
trying this then I need to make sure it's mentioned more prominently in the
documentation and interactive configuration stuff.
Not that Mj2 is incapable of doing locking over NFS, but that you'd have to
write another Mj::Lock module. (Which is pretty easy, since it's only a