reconstruct doing nothing
aspineux at gmail.com
Tue Apr 1 07:13:40 EDT 2008
On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 3:42 AM, Jo Rhett <jrhett at netconsonance.com> wrote:
> >> *sigh* No, not in a virtual domain environment they don't. Try
> >> adding
> >> 13a. Run "su cyrus -c '/usr/local/cyrus/bin/reconstruct -x -f
> >> user.username/*'".
> >> 13b. Run "su cyrus -c '/usr/local/cyrus/bin/reconstruct -x -f
> >> user.username/*/*'".
> >> 13c. Run "su cyrus -c '/usr/local/cyrus/bin/reconstruct -x -f
> >> user.username/*/*/*'".
> >> 13d. Run "su cyrus -c '/usr/local/cyrus/bin/reconstruct -x -f
> >> user.username/*/*/*/*'".
> >> ...etc whatever depth of folders people have.
> > Maybe I'm rehashing the earlier discussion... Does "reconstruct -x
> > -f user.username at example.com" fail to detect new mailboxes?
Yes and No :-)
No because it will detect all new subfolder of
user/username at example.com and their own
Yes because if user/username/foobar at example.com already exist,
all new subfolders beside will be ignored.
> Yes, see the bugs often reported on this list and in the bugzilla for
> > Also, why the multiple * parameters (user.username/*/*/*)? I
> > thought % matched up to a folder separator boundary (. or / in
> > Cyrus) and * matched everything including a folder separator.
> That didn't work for me. I had to use the commands I listed above.
This is maybe why the use of user/username/*/*/* help to detect
> Jo Rhett
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