This reminds me, it appears that my email address - either my personal one (
jeff(a)ocjtech.us) or my fedora one (jcollie(a)fedoraproject.org) - is embedded
in mailman/postfix somewhere ever since I first set up mailman for Fedora
way back when. It's survived at least two rebuilds. I wouldn't care
except for the oodles of backscatter that I get from bounce messages. I've
tried manually unsubscribing from mailman-owner, etc. but that doesn't seem
to have done the trick.
On Tue, Jul 1, 2014 at 12:30 PM, Kevin Fenzi <kevin(a)scrye.com> wrote:
On Tue, 1 Jul 2014 11:20:37 +0200
Aurélien Bompard <gauret(a)free.fr> wrote:
> Hey people!
> Apparently the two newly-rebuilt-on-RHEL7 mailman servers are not on
> the VPN, so collab03 can't forward web requests to them. Could
> someone fix that please (or show me how to do it)?
I worked on this some yesterday in fact. ;)
The problem is that rhel7 (and fedora actually) have a completely
different way of managing the openvpn endpoints. In rhel6 its just a
single service that fires off servers for each .conf file. With
systemd, each one is instantiated by name from a template service file.
Due to the handler needing to be different, I just made a different
task for the rhel7 boxes... they need tasks/openvpn_client_7.yml
I switched that in the mailman playbook and re-ran and I think it's up
and working now. Can you confirm?
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