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Re: How to safely re-inject an archived queue file?

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  • Wietse Venema
    ... postsuper -r is identical to removing a file from the hold queue and reinjecting it into the maildrop queue, with the difference that postsuper -r is
    Message 1 of 34 , May 28, 2009
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      Wietse Venema:
      > Curtis:
      > > In the mean time, it seems like using doing "postsuper -r" to re-activate
      > > old queue files would be a good alternative. Hopefully that resolves the
      > > expiration cycle issue that is caused when you inject a queue file directly
      > > into the maildrop queue?
      >
      > If that's "postsuper -r" from hold queue to maildrop queue, then
      > that will avoid the expiration problem.
      >
      > You'll want to run some tests with this. "postsuper -r" introduces
      > a rarely-used data path, and occasionally breaks after I add
      > something new to Postfix.

      "postsuper -r" is identical to removing a file from the hold queue
      and reinjecting it into the maildrop queue, with the difference
      that "postsuper -r" is not subject to name/inode/permission issues.

      Wietse
    • Wietse Venema
      ... postsuper -r is identical to removing a file from the hold queue and reinjecting it into the maildrop queue, with the difference that postsuper -r is
      Message 34 of 34 , May 28, 2009
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        Wietse Venema:
        > Curtis:
        > > In the mean time, it seems like using doing "postsuper -r" to re-activate
        > > old queue files would be a good alternative. Hopefully that resolves the
        > > expiration cycle issue that is caused when you inject a queue file directly
        > > into the maildrop queue?
        >
        > If that's "postsuper -r" from hold queue to maildrop queue, then
        > that will avoid the expiration problem.
        >
        > You'll want to run some tests with this. "postsuper -r" introduces
        > a rarely-used data path, and occasionally breaks after I add
        > something new to Postfix.

        "postsuper -r" is identical to removing a file from the hold queue
        and reinjecting it into the maildrop queue, with the difference
        that "postsuper -r" is not subject to name/inode/permission issues.

        Wietse
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