On Wed, 23 Jun 1999, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
> The debug level should not effect the warnings; they should always end up
> in the logs. And they're not harmless at all; in fact, they're the cause
> of the error.
Again I show my level of Perl understanding (I'm working on it, really.)
> But this still doesn't look like a full debug-level trace. Are you
> sure the list's debug level is set to 500?
Majordomo>configshow cap-is debug
configset cap-is debug = 500
Majordomo>configshow GLOBAL debug
configset GLOBAL debug = 500
Yep. Debug is at 500.
> I can figure out the problem now anyway (that NonPost file doesn't
> seem to exist) and I'll make a bit of a change to allow it to work,
> although the user will just see a nice message like "The list
> administrator has specified a nonexistent file." It's better than a
> crash. These fixes are in CVS now.
Cool. I'll advise the list admin to get a nonpost file created, then.
> Better error checking on access_rules setting is in the pipeline.
Sounds good. As always, thanks for your help and good work!
Chuck Milam - firstname.lastname@example.org
I.T. Division - Academic Computing
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh