[PROXYPER] Linux 281 bug

Mark Hill HillMW at august-systems.co.uk
Wed Sep 23 16:24:07 EDT 1998


On 23 Sep 98, at 13:47, Petr Novotny wrote:

> I am again trying to report a bug in Linux perproxy build 281. There 
> was no response last time - is there someone interested still?
> 
> My setup: Proxy is running on the dial-up router; the connection is 
> active only a few hours a day. DNS server is running on the same 
> computer too and perproxy is using it for queries.
> 
> Problem: When the host is not on-line (ie. local DNS can't 
> communicate with the world around) and the proxy needs to flush or 
> fetch, it stops serving the clients. (My settings: maxkeysready=600, 
> maxkeysdone=20; as soon as I have only 599 ready keys or 21 done 
> keys, the proxy stops feeding the clients at all!) I consider it a 
> serious bug - more than half of the blocks my clients check are 
> random blocks!

The same thing happens in the 280 NT version. The log file indicates 
that the pproxy accepts connections from the clients, but does 
nothing and they eventually timeout.


-- 
Mark Hill, Software Engineer
#include <std\disclaimer.h>
Any program that runs right is obsolete.
--
To unsubscribe, send 'unsubscribe proxyper' to majordomo at lists.distributed.net



More information about the proxyper mailing list