Download news to regular newsreader (Netscape Communicator will do the job),
display Full headers of the messages and this will reveal message IDs.
> If anyone is interested, I tracked this down to one message in particular
> from Event Viewer messages. I had the article ID but didn't know how to use
> that to find the actual article. I systematically unsubscribed to
> newsgroups individually and watched the CPU. I found the newsgroup that
> held the article in question. Still without knowing the actual article, I
> deleted the folder and recreated it from the newsfeed config.
> My newsfeed provider checked stats and it seems we are pushing everything,
> not just our replies to articles. They are, of course, rejecting most of
> them because they already know about them. Is there a way to change a push
> feed to only send replies? We have a separate "I have" feed for articles
> they send us from a different host.
> Anyone out there?
> > For some reason, at 11:00 PM CDT the CPU on our Exchange 5.5 SP2, NT SP5
> > news server hit 100% and wouldn't go down. This was directly related to
> > outbound newsfeed (when I disabled it, CPU fell). I deleted the feed and
> > recreated it and things were fine (although I'm not sure posts were going
> > out, the Event Viewer showed messages that they were) all day. Last night
> > at 4:00 AM CDT same thing happened. Inbound articles are being received
> > posted to public folders fine. The only thing that changed on the server
> > was I unsubscribed to about 10 newsgroups and our firewall had been down
> > first time for about 30 mins.
> > 1. Any ideas? Q197491?
> > 2. How can I track if my posts are going out? Is there some queue to
> > check? I suspect they are not going out and maybe they are queuing up
> > somewhere? BTW, nothing in MTA's and pub.edb is not growing more than
> > usual.
> > Thanks.
> > -Caryn
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