On Mon, 13 Jun 2011 14:24:15 -0600
Tim Flink <tflink(a)redhat.com> wrote:
We have a test system set up that's currently running
Unfortunately, this is inside the Red Hat network and will not be
accessible to people who don't already have access. We want to change
this in the future but this is the only hardware we have access to
This setup is mailing out results to a list that I created. Anyone who
wants to get spammed can sign up:
Or, just look at the archives (deleted after 7 days):
As an update, the mailing list stopped working the other day for two
reasons that seem to have happened at about the same time.
1. My hosting provider decided to migrate my account to another
server without notifying me and broke the server side of the mailing
list. This part has been fixed.
2. Emails from the test instance are no longer making it through the
smtp server. To be honest, I was a little surprised when this
(auth-less SMTP) worked at all. I've tried using an external smtp
server through a sendmail smarthost on the clients but outgoing
third-party SMTP traffic seems to be blocked.
I've already spent too much time on this so unless we feel that this
is really important, I'm just going to leave it alone for now without a
working mailing list.
I've also reduced the frequency at which cron is firing the watcher.
Our two clients aren't keeping up with the number of jobs being
scheduled and I don't see a point in keeping them at their current rate.