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    Thumbs down http <>nntp link broken again

    second week in a row..
    and, i think second friday in a row..
    i'd guess a friday noon (somewhere) cron is bad little boy.
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    Default Re: http <>nntp link broken again

    DenverD wrote:

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    > second week in a row..
    > and, i think second friday in a row..
    > i'd guess a friday noon (somewhere) cron is bad little boy.
    >
    >


    What's Up exactly.
    Maybe something was down briefly ?

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    Carl Fletcher wrote:

    > What's Up exactly.
    > Maybe something was down briefly ?


    the http to nntp to http software failed again this friday....was down
    for several hours, again...it is back up now..

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    Default Re: http <>nntp link broken again

    On Fri, 09 Jul 2010 20:35:02 +0000, DenverD wrote:

    > Carl Fletcher wrote:
    >
    >> What's Up exactly.
    >> Maybe something was down briefly ?

    >
    > the http to nntp to http software failed again this friday....was down
    > for several hours, again...it is back up now..


    When you see this happen, a specific message showing the issue would be
    useful - that gives us something to look at. :-)

    Jim



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    Default Re: http <>nntp link broken again

    Just tested...working fine from what I can tell.

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    Jim Henderson wrote:

    > When you see this happen, a specific message showing the issue would be
    > useful - that gives us something to look at. :-)


    please tell me what can be more specific than the nntp<>http mechanism
    was not working? like last week:
    http://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php?t=441333

    i reported it here and via
    http://en.opensuse.org/FAIL#forums.opensuse.org but, couldn't find
    your beeper number..

    obviously, someone fixed it...

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    On Fri, 09 Jul 2010 21:14:43 +0000, DenverD wrote:

    > Jim Henderson wrote:
    >
    >> When you see this happen, a specific message showing the issue would be
    >> useful - that gives us something to look at. :-)

    >
    > please tell me what can be more specific than the nntp<>http mechanism
    > was not working? like last week:
    > http://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php?t=441333
    >
    > i reported it here and via
    > http://en.opensuse.org/FAIL#forums.opensuse.org but, couldn't find your
    > beeper number..
    >
    > obviously, someone fixed it...


    A specific message at a time when you're not seeing it go through - from
    the NNTP side a message ID header would help, from the web side, a URL to
    a thread that hasn't passed through the gateway.

    As Kim indicated, he tested it and it worked fine for him; I saw problems
    in my tests a couple hours ago, but then lost my 'net connection (ISP
    problems I've been fighting for a week), and when I came back it was
    working.

    So if it was stuck, it kicked loose. Looks like nobody "fixed" it, so
    when it happens if we can find out quickly that it's not working and have
    specific messages to look at, that should help us track it down.

    Jim



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