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Re: How does mknmz determine if a file is updated?
At Sun, 31 Aug 2003 21:09:49 -0500,
Earl Hood wrote:
> How does mknmz determine if a file is updated? Looking at the source,
> it appears it is based solely on mtime. Is this true?
Yes, you are right.
> A problem I am try to solve is if mknmz can be told to re-index
> a file that has changed, but the mtime is the same. Is there
> a way to do this? Is the -Z option the solution?
Unfortunately, no. The -Z option means that mknmz command assumes
existant files in the target directory are not updated. mknmz can only
find new appeared files.
> To give some context, I have a mail archive that is organized into
> period-based mhonarc archives. I would like to be able to re-index
> a given period (all periods are a single search index) without having
> to rebuild the entire search index from scratch.
Currentry mknmz has no such feature...
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