Strange bug in cyrus (missing folders with reconstruct !)
dbucherml at hsolutions.ch
Thu Dec 17 18:38:47 EST 2009
Brian Awood a écrit :
>>>>> Does the CLIENT folder have at least a cyrus.index file in it?
>>>> No, the CLIENT folder has only subfolders...
>>> Normally reconstruct doesn't recurse through directories that aren't
>>> mailboxes unless you use the "-p partition" option. If you don't
>>> have a partition defined, try "-p default".
>> This looks intersting, but this is what I get :
>> $ /usr/sbin/cyrreconstruct -p default -rf user.psmith.CLIENTS
>> user.psmith.CLIENTS does not appear to be a mailbox (no
> Sorry about that, my recollection of -p functionality was incorrect. It
> will add mailboxes whose parent directory isn't a mailbox, but you still
> have to specify the path to the mailbox. So for example if you
> know /var/spool/cyrus/mail/c/user/psmith/CLIENTS/submailboxname is valid,
> /usr/sbin/cyrreconstruct -p default user/psmith/CLIENTS/submailboxname
> should add "submailboxname" even if "CLIENTS" is just a directory without
> cyrus metadata.
Correct ! It worked (I tried with a folder)
> The "-rf" functionality is slightly different because it
> needs a valid mailbox to start from.
> If you have a lot of these cases, you might be able to automate this by
> running "ctl_mboxlist -v" and cutting out the mailboxes that are listed
> as being on the filesystem but not in the database.
Do you mean something like /usr/sbin/ctl_mboxlist -d -x -p default ?
I didn't find how to list folder present in system but not it database...
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