• Testing.. sorry

    From Chad Lynch@1:275/100 to All on Wed May 11 17:22:00 2011
    I did a post on Carol's BBS to see if it would toss properly to me and show up properly.. I apologize..

    Thanks
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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Chad Lynch on Wed May 11 21:07:54 2011
    I did a post on Carol's BBS to see if it would toss properly to me
    and show up properly.. I apologize..

    no need to apologize... there has been some crossing of traffic not intended for the 10th_amd echo that has appeared here... we're still trying to figure out where the crossover is happening and why...

    since you state that you specifically posted on 1:275/100 and the message appeared in 10th_amd, can you please tell what echo you actually posted that and this message to? if it is not 10th_amd, it may very well lead us to where the problem is...

    Thanks

    and thank you! this is one of the few responses that i've had in this area concerning the problem... carol has responded to netmail about it but the available traffic and responses have not yet assisted in locating the problem with the apparent crossover of the posts that don't appear to be destined to the 10th_amd echo... ie: postings between a net coordinator and the regional coordinator concerning regional business...

    to be honest, i suspect a clash in the hash value generated for the actual echo
    area and this one... to explain further and to use my mail tosser as an example, when it is set to automatically create new areas, it does so by calculating a hash value of the echo area's TAG... it is possible that there is
    some mail tosser that is generating the same hash for 10th_amd as it does for the real destination echo area tag... since the two are the same, we end up with a cross linking of echo areas...

    hopefully that explains the possible root of the problem that we're hunting...

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  • From Chad Lynch@1:226/250 to Mark Lewis on Wed May 11 22:37:00 2011

    I did a post on Carol's BBS to see if it would toss properly to
    and show up properly.. I apologize..

    no need to apologize... there has been some crossing of traffic not
    for the 10th_amd echo that has appeared here... we're still trying t
    out where the crossover is happening and why...

    I posted in Carol's Z1 Backbone area...



    since you state that you specifically posted on 1:275/100 and the me appeared in 10th_amd, can you please tell what echo you actually pos
    and this message to? if it is not 10th_amd, it may very well lead us
    the problem is...

    Thanks

    and thank you! this is one of the few responses that i've had in thi concerning the problem... carol has responded to netmail about it bu available traffic and responses have not yet assisted in locating th
    with the apparent crossover of the posts that don't appear to be des
    the 10th_amd echo... ie: postings between a net coordinator and the coordinator concerning regional business...

    to be honest, i suspect a clash in the hash value generated for the
    area and this one... to explain further and to use my mail tosser as example, when it is set to automatically create new areas, it does s calculating a hash value of the echo area's TAG... it is possible th
    some mail tosser that is generating the same hash for 10th_amd as it
    the real destination echo area tag... since the two are the same, we
    with a cross linking of echo areas...

    hopefully that explains the possible root of the problem that we're

    )\/(ark

    Agreed... I hope we get it sorted out... If I can help let me know..

    Thanks again,

    Chad

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  • From Richard Webb@1:116/901 to mark lewis on Thu May 12 02:51:34 2011
    HI Mark,

    On Wed 2039-May-11 21:07, mark lewis (1:3634/12) wrote to Chad Lynch:

    since you state that you specifically posted on 1:275/100 and the
    message appeared in 10th_amd, can you please tell what echo you
    actually posted that and this message to? if it is not 10th_amd, it
    may very well lead us to where the problem is...

    I'd like to know that too, because lots of traffic is
    getting crossed to this echo which has nothing to do with
    the 10th amendment to the U.S> constitution. I'm wondering
    if somebody doesn't have a message base crosslinked with
    another for some odd reason.

    Regards,
    Richard
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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Chad Lynch on Mon May 16 16:37:32 2011
    I did a post on Carol's BBS to see if it would toss properly to
    and show up properly.. I apologize..

    no need to apologize... there has been some crossing of traffic not
    for the 10th_amd echo that has appeared here... we're still trying t
    out where the crossover is happening and why...

    I posted in Carol's Z1 Backbone area...

    i note that you posted this response from your own system... what area did you post it in on your system?

    i also carry a/the Z1 Backbone (echo) area and don't see this traffic in there... in fact, i haven't seen much traffic in there in a while... can you say if that area on her system is an echo area or if it is a local area only?

    this information helps... if we can gather what is needed to be known and get it to carol, i know that she will be able to find and correct the problem easier :)

    )\/(ark


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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Richard Webb on Mon May 16 16:42:08 2011
    since you state that you specifically posted on 1:275/100 and the
    message appeared in 10th_amd, can you please tell what echo you
    actually posted that and this message to? if it is not 10th_amd, it
    may very well lead us to where the problem is...

    I'd like to know that too, because lots of traffic is
    getting crossed to this echo which has nothing to do with
    the 10th amendment to the U.S> constitution. I'm wondering
    if somebody doesn't have a message base crosslinked with
    another for some odd reason.

    i think we're coming down to a cross up of some sort on 1:275/100... chad's reply to me was posted from his system and he feeds from carol... depending on the area name and echo tag he posted to, we may have found the problem... if so, then it is a simple matter to present it to carol in a nice and calm fashion and let her dig into her configs to find and fix the problem...

    )\/(ark


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  • From Richard Webb@1:116/901 to mark lewis on Mon May 16 22:08:26 2011
    HI Mark,

    On Mon 2039-May-16 16:42, mark lewis (1:3634/12) wrote to Richard Webb:

    I'm wondering
    if somebody doesn't have a message base crosslinked with
    another for some odd reason.

    i think we're coming down to a cross up of some sort on 1:275/100...
    chad's reply to me was posted from his system and he feeds from
    carol... depending on the area name and echo tag he posted to, we
    may have found the problem... if so, then it is a simple matter to
    present it to carol in a nice and calm fashion and let her dig into
    her configs to find and fix the problem...

    INdeed, sometimes it takes some serious troubleshooting to
    find such a problem. NOt being critical, just trying to be
    of what assistance I can.
    From what I've seen whether it's all from 275/100 or
    elsewhere there are two or three different areas
    crosslinked. One of them, at least it apperaed was a
    familynet echo.


    Regards,
    Richard
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  • From Chad Lynch@1:226/250 to Mark Lewis on Mon May 16 18:18:00 2011
    I posted in the 10th Adm echo on my system..

    Chad

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  • From Scott Brown@1:261/220 to Chad Lynch on Tue May 17 09:56:56 2011
    I posted in the 10th Adm echo on my system..

    Hi Chad.. I got it here in the correct (10th amendment echo) area on my system.

    Scott....

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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Richard Webb on Wed May 18 13:40:10 2011
    I'm wondering if somebody doesn't have a message base crosslinked
    with another for some odd reason.

    i think we're coming down to a cross up of some sort on 1:275/100...
    chad's reply to me was posted from his system and he feeds from
    carol... depending on the area name and echo tag he posted to, we
    may have found the problem... if so, then it is a simple matter to
    present it to carol in a nice and calm fashion and let her dig into
    her configs to find and fix the problem...

    INdeed, sometimes it takes some serious troubleshooting to
    find such a problem. NOt being critical, just trying to be
    of what assistance I can. From what I've seen whether it's all
    from 275/100 or elsewhere there are two or three different areas crosslinked. One of them, at least it apperaed was a
    familynet echo.

    interesting... i've only seen the cross ups here in 10th_amd...

    )\/(ark


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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Chad Lynch on Wed May 18 13:40:48 2011
    I posted in the 10th Adm echo on my system..

    OK... that helps :)

    )\/(ark


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  • From Richard Webb@1:116/901 to mark lewis on Wed May 18 23:50:52 2011
    Hi Mark,

    On Wed 2039-May-18 13:40, mark lewis (1:3634/12) wrote to Richard Webb:

    INdeed, sometimes it takes some serious troubleshooting to
    find such a problem. NOt being critical, just trying to be
    of what assistance I can. From what I've seen whether it's all
    from 275/100 or elsewhere there are two or three different areas crosslinked. One of them, at least it apperaed was a
    familynet echo.

    interesting... i've only seen the cross ups here in 10th_amd...

    This was a year back, and also to this echo, some z8
    addresses showing up here for awhile.

    Regards,
    Richard
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