Mac OS 9.1 - 2001-08-13-08 RedHat 7.1 - 2001-08-13-21 Windows 2K - 2001-08-13-03 Setup: I have 2 news servers, "news.netscape.com" and "news.mozilla.org". Both have large numbers of newsgroups, all from the netscape.public.mozilla* hierarchy. Observations: 1. When I expand either server for the 1st time, both display status in human- readable intervals (each "Checking xx of xx newsgroups for new messages" can be read). 2. The 2nd time I expand them, only the "news.mozilla.org" server is readable, that is; the "news.netscape.com" server's status updating is so fast (I can see that it's updating, just can't tell each #, like I can the 1st time I run this). What I'm expecting: If this should update after each newsgroup (as this bug is filed), then why is it *so* much faster the 2nd time, and *only* on "news.netscape.com"? I'll attach an NNTP log.
This was copied over from bug 52273. See that log: http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/showattachment.cgi?attach_id=45763
16 years ago
I have similar problems: a News server from my isp: news://news.noos.fr and secnews://news.netscape.com Expanding netscape works fine When i expand news://news.noos.fr, it takes a very long time. The status show Check newsgroup 2 of 6 ... The unread messages count of the first newgroup is correct, the other ones are not updated. I have to select manually the newsgroup to see the unread message count First i have suspected my provider, but NS4 works fine...
I found my problem. There is a bug about that. A problem with empty newsgroups, stopping the newsgroup reading
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Filter on "Nobody_NScomTLD_20080620"
WFM on Linux 18.104.22.168pre.... I think. All the servers update too fast on my connection to be able to be sure.