Sorry, but can you clarify "run FCGI by hand"? Currently, I run spawn-fcgi to specify the address, port, and location of the RT FCGI server. All that gives me is a success or error message on initial start, but any subsequent errors don't seem to be logged anywhere. This is the only way I know to get the FCGI server running. How do you do it? I'd love a way that would give me more information. Thanks.
On Mon, Oct 31, 2016 at 4:29 PM, Kenneth Marshall <k...@rice.edu> wrote: > On Mon, Oct 31, 2016 at 04:17:11PM -0400, Alex Hall wrote: > > Hi all, > > Thanks for the responses, it's partially working. When I use my > > Email_Local.pm, the server refuses to start, yet I have no errors. > Running > > it through Perl's checker reveals only: > > > > Name "RT::Logger" used only once: possible typo at Email_Local.pm at > line 31 > > > > Perl says everything else is fine. I pulled the single function I wanted > to > > modify out of the original Email.pm (ParseTicketId) and left it alone, > > except for changing \s+ to \s* in the "if (my $@captures" line. As usual, > > any errors that might be generated are going who knows where, so I'm not > > sure where to start looking. As I said, Perl thinks this is fine save > that > > warning, but RT definitely doesn't. Any thoughts? Here's the file: > > > > Hi Alex, > > Try running the fcgi process by hand and look for any errors. Sometimes, > the one function you pull has dependencies on other function in the file > which means that they would need to be in the new file as well. Running > it by hand gave a useful error for me. > > Regards, > Ken > -- Alex Hall Automatic Distributors, IT department ah...@autodist.com
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