Thanks for your reply
Firstly, all the scripts do have execuable permisions
Secondly, it works before, and it seems that nobody touch it before it can
Thirdly, i restart sendmail service, but it still can not send one email
out. I don't know how to check out the reason that causes it.
Anybody can help me?
2008/3/10, Christian Unger <christian.unger_at_mac.com>:
> afaik, subversion has no means of sending email 'on it's own'.
> the means which is used to send email notificications is a hook script
> wich may act as a trigger for arbitrary applications.
> the hook script itself is triggered at defined stages of a commit
> (pre, post).
> depending on the kind of hook, subversion passes different parameters.
> to check your hooks, look into the repository's 'hooks' subdirectory:
> you may want to check whether your hook script is executable and
> depending on the error message if it finds all it's dependendcies, or
> if it is called with sensible options.
> christian unger
> On Mar 10, 2008, at 5:24 AM, yi xia wrote:
> > Hi All
> > I am using subversion1.4.2, it works all the time.
> > But recently I found that it can not send email out without any
> > waring/error pop out.
> > The script i am using is commit-email.pl
> > anyone can tell me how to enable it again or how to debug it?
> > Thanks
> > Max
Received on 2008-03-10 14:19:23 CET