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From "Justin Mason">
Subject Re: My issues w/ nightly runs, fyi ...
Date Tue, 11 Dec 2007 22:31:58 GMT
btw, unfortunately my attempt to get --reuse working didn't pan out,
so if you're using --reuse in the set0 mass-check command line, take
that out again...


On Dec 7, 2007 4:44 AM, Theo Van Dinter <> wrote:
> Hey folks,
> A few weeks ago, I noticed my nightly runs were not finishing in a timely
> manner.  I didn't have time to debug the issue before going on vacation,
> so I shut them off while I was gone.  Now that I'm back I took a look
> at it, and it appears the problem is that both bayes and awl are being
> used even though they're explicitly disabled in my user_prefs file.
> Digging around, I found r596064 which disabled user_prefs in mass-check,
> and therefore my config is no longer read to disable bayes and awl.
> I renamed user_prefs to be, and it seems functional now.
> But since this change was not well advertised (at least, I haven't seen
> a mail about it,), it may take people by surprise.
> This also led me to notice that is read in twice, once as a pre file
> and then again as a cf:
> [16753] dbg: config: using
> "/home/corpus/SA/spamassassin-corpora/masses/spamassassin/" for site rules pre
> [16753] dbg: config: read file
> /home/corpus/SA/spamassassin-corpora/masses/spamassassin/
> [...]
> [16753] dbg: config: using
> "/home/corpus/SA/spamassassin-corpora/masses/spamassassin/" for site rules dir
> [16753] dbg: config: read file
> /home/corpus/SA/spamassassin-corpora/masses/spamassassin/
> this led to some error messages when I had config options for plugins that
> weren't loaded for the pre version, but then took effect with the cf version.
> --
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> "The distributions may be developed that way, but to get into the mainline
>  kernel you have to go through the pope." - David Parsons

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