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Re: [Fedora-infrastructure-list] Re: Fedora CVS - Not sending out commit messages



Warren Togami wrote:
Max Spevack wrote:

Our checkins to the /cvs/dirsec repository on cvs.fedora.redhat.com usually end up sending commit messages to the fedora-directory-commits mailing list. This notification mechanism no longer seems to be working. I'm not sure when it stopped working exactly, but the last notification that was received was on 08/09. I have checked with some other team members, and they have experienced the same thing.

Is this a problem on the cvs server?

Thanks,
-NGK


/cvs/dirsec/CVSROOT/loginfo contains:

DEFAULT $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/syncmail %{sVv} cvsdirsec fedora redhat com

https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-directory-commits/2006-August/thread.html This address goes through an alias to reach fedora-directory-commits list. Looks like my test message hit the list without me being subscribed, you don't have any spam problems?
No, I don't think so.
I also see CVS mail from August 17th here, so mail is definitely hitting the list. Are you sure your personal subscription or mail filters aren't in error?
I haven't changed mine. What's interesting is that I saw some commits from Bob Relyea in the coolkey project. But none from ldapserver.

^ldapserver $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/dolog.pl -r /cvs/dirsec foxworth redhat com

foxworth is no longer at the company, should this be redirected to somebody else or deleted?
Yes, it should be redirected. Could this be the problem? For now, send them to rmeggins redhat com

Warren Togami
wtogami redhat com

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