Found x messages in the Processing Attempts Database
th3penguinwhisperer at gmail.com
Thu Sep 26 19:45:42 UTC 2019
What's odd, although you mention this table is dynamic, I see the same
entries being in the processing table for days now (even after restarting
sqlite> select * from processing;
Since I first mailed to this mailing list there's still 29 messages in the
When I try to find files that correspond with the first column I find none
(perhaps I'm searching for them in the wrong way). Not sure what the
difference is between the ones starting with s and t. Is it possible some
of these messages are still in the database but no longer exist and so
never get removed from it?
The last column doesn't seem to change. The column is called 'nexttime'
from the schema. Not clear what it actually represent (doesn't seem to be
seconds since EPOCH).
CREATE TABLE processing (id TEXT, count INT, nexttime INT);
On Wed, 25 Sep 2019 at 23:19, Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> wrote:
> On 9/25/19 11:44 AM, PenguinWhispererThe . wrote:
> > I've used the MailScanner --processing command and what's odd is
> > that the amount of messages in the output does not add up to the
> > number mentioned in the log.
> The number of messages in the processing database is dynamic. Messages
> are continually added and removed as they are processed.
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