[PROXYPER] Linux 304 PP

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Thu Feb 11 14:26:40 EST 1999


Something that you just mentioned made me think....  Is it necessary to
restart the proxy frequently?   I usually start it going (v280) and let it
cruise.... Since my machine (almost) never is restarted, the proxy never
is either.   Should I be restarting it at regular intervals?

John Marquart

On Thu, 11 Feb 1999, Jack Cummings wrote:

> On Thu, Feb 11, 1999 at 06:26:50PM +0000, rc5 at xfiles.nildram.co.uk wrote:
> 
> > Erm, both of those cons also affect the 280 proxies AFAIK, definately the
> 
> > > (-) it locks it's buffers, which in a crash, they must be unlocked before
> > >     the proxy can start again 
> > > (-) There is a chance, that in a crash, the buffers will become irrepairable
> > >     corrupted
> 
> Hmm. 
> 
> I would disagree. I was running the v2xx proxies for about a year, and I
> doubt that I ever had a problem with the proxy not starting up.  Perhaps
> v3xx just needs some more "maturity". 
> 
> --Jack
> 
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