Unfortunately, I can't. c-ares on CentOS 5.8 doesn't cover MX lookups, and my efforts to install something newer still didn't work for me, somehow.
ok, new citadel networking code & backend code is deploied on uncensored.
in general news, please upgrade to the latest source and revalidate:
- on recent linuxes you can use splice enabled code; which can be enabled by adding this to your environment: LIBCITADEL_ENABLE_SPLICE=1
- you can revalidate this by pressing the new circle icon in the room preferences sharing tab; the spool directory should then fill up with message files, which later get combined to one file.
if the one file thing works, splice is ok to use for you.
since we had some troubles in the networking code, i've re-sent the messages in citadel support and ignet unlimited to your nodes (using that very same button ;-)
_> / _
Anyone interested in peering with me? unixwire.com
Subject: Re: New system connection
Subject: Networking is fixed
Networking is fixed.
Either updgrade to the latest Easy Install, or apply the patch at http://easyinstall.citadel.org/netfix.patch
Patched tarballs will be available soon.
BTW...when you restarted, were you able to just use the init script, or
did you have to manually kill the citserver processes, as I often find
myself stuck doing?
Well, I see that you modified your init script to make the IP address of your citadel system go away, which is probably confusing the hell out of citserver while it tries to shut itself down.
That's my guess, anyway. If you want to experiment you could try to temporarily take that out and see if it makes a difference.
But yes, it fails to shut down for me too.
Just making sure that comms are still working.
Loud and clear on this end.
after ugrading to latest stable?
probably a problem with the change to the way netconfigs are handled now?
i've changed it not to use tmpfile which would write configs to /tmp/ but rather create the file in the target directory, and rename it.
by that way we don't loose netconfigs (rss feed urls pop collectors, mailing list subscribers, node links..) if the filesystem containing the netconfig directory is full.
maybe for some reason in non-.deb mode the paths aren't built correctly?
Why not "trek wars"? "star trars"? "Star warks"? "Kirk v. Skywalker"?
Called AT&T to fix a billing issue and remove a service I didn't order, and somehow, they removed the static IP option from my Uverse internet.
And, they have no way to manually reassign an IP block to an account, so I have to go through the process of reconfiguring my servers' IP networks...or, in this case, stepping someone through it.