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Using uploaded corpora with an independent mass-check
The NewUploadedCorporaUser page describes setting up a ruleQA user so that an uploaded corpus will be mass-checked using the mass-check client/server setup. However, a bug means that spamassassin2.zones.apache.org doesn't support C/S mode, for some reason, so instead to use that resource, some of the uploaded corpora are scanned separately in traditional single-machine non-distributed mode. Here are the commands used to set up a new uid on that machine, for PMC members.
First, log into spamassassin2.zones.apache.org. (You'll probably need to have an account created for you first.)
set some variables:
create a uid:
sudo useradd -c "Nightly mass-check jm" $BBUSERNAME sudo passwd $BBUSERNAME [give the new account a random password. this is needed for cron to work!] sudo mkdir -p /export/home/$BBUSERNAME sudo chown $BBUSERNAME /export/home/$BBUSERNAME sudo -H -u $BBUSERNAME bash
you are now running as the new uid. Follow instructions similar to http://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/NightlyMassCheck :
cd $HOME mkdir tmp echo 'email@example.com' > .forward svn co http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/spamassassin/trunk svn
Accept (p)ermanently when asked.
cp trunk/masses/rule-qa/corpus.example ~/.corpus vi ~/.corpus
use something like this:
opts_weekly="--net -j 8 --reuse --cache --cachedir=/tmp/aicache_nightly --restart=500 ham:detect:/export/h ome/bbmass/uploadedcorpora/jm/ham/* --after="-15552000" --tail=40000 --scanprob=0.3 spam:detect:/export/ho me/bbmass/uploadedcorpora/jm/spam/*" opts_nightly="--reuse --cache --cachedir=/tmp/aicache_nightly --restart=500 ham:detect:/export/home/bbmass /uploadedcorpora/jm/ham/* --after="-15552000" --tail=40000 --scanprob=0.3 spam:detect:/export/home/bbmass/ uploadedcorpora/jm/spam/*" tmp=$HOME/tmp tree=$HOME/svn prefs_weekly=$HOME/user_prefs.weekly prefs_nightly=$HOME/user_prefs.nightly username=__BBUSERNAME__ password=__RSYNC_PASSWORD__
Replace BBUSERNAME with the value of $BBUSERNAME, and RSYNC_PASSWORD with the correct pwd for that rsync user.
Then, run the mass-check just to see if it works (feel free to CTRL-C once you're happy):
Then set up the cron using 'EDITOR=vi crontab -e':
0 9 * * * bash svn/masses/rule-qa/corpus-nightly
Hopefully that should do it