Urgent problem, I meant to say, blogs which are deleted is still
shown in the planet
shervin at linpro.no
Tue Jun 13 23:02:57 EST 2006
What I am thinking of doing is writing a script that deletes the content =
of /var/cache/planet every hour or something. Does this sound like a =
Shervin Asgari - System Consultant
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Shervin Asgari wrote:
> (Again sorry for dual post Simos)
> Can I just delete all the files in /var/cache/planet?
> Shervin Asgari - System Consultant
> M: +47 918 64 148, @: shervin at linpro.no
> Linpro AS - Leading on Linux Tel: +47 21 54 41 00/02
> Vitaminveien 1A Fax: +47 21 54 41 01
> PB 4 Grefsen, 0409 Oslo WWW: http://www.linpro.no/
> Simos Xenitellis wrote:
>> O/H Jeff Waugh ??????:
>>> <quote who=3D"Shervin Asgari">
>>>> As you can see from http://www.rogalandsavis.no/blog/ , you can =
>>>> find "Slett meg" and "Slett meg 2". These are empty blogs, and are =
>>>> deleted from the blog server. But since planetplanet has cached the =
>>>> files, it is still being shown even though the rss feed is empty.
>>>> How can I fix this?
>>> Can't you remove those blogs from the Planet configuration file?
>> I believe you can empty the cache/ subdirectory and let planetplanet =
>> run once more.
>> This way those RSS feed will be gone forever.
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