[PROXYPER] Linux 318?
bwilson at fers.com
Tue Oct 10 13:20:45 EDT 2000
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It's very important to remember that [an instance with no errors] is
very different from [no instance with any errors]. When you consider
that a perproxy must correctly interact with clients of varying ages
from all supported platforms in diverse environments, it's not a very
easy thing to ensure that they all work properly. Different lib
versions (client and proxy) and multiple configuration options
further multiply the possibilities.
Given that a single bad proxy install can do much more damage than a
single bad client install, I'm inclined to wait as long as they need
Bruce Wilson, Manager, FERS
bwilson at fers.com, 312.245.1750, http://www.fers.com
PGP KeyID: 5430B995, http://www.lasthome.net/~bwilson
"Everything is possible. All is software. Feel the rush."
|From: owner-proxyper at lists.distributed.net
|[mailto:owner-proxyper at lists.distributed.net]On Behalf Of Knut
|Sent: Monday, October 09, 2000 08:52
|To: proxyper at lists.distributed.net
|Subject: Re: [PROXYPER] Linux 318?
|On 7 Oct 2000, at 21:05, Peter Cordes wrote:
|> > The 319 code still has a few issues that we have not resolved
|> > and I have not been told to release it yet.
|> Such as? I don't care enough to keep an eye on beta code, but I
|> am planning to upgrade when a new stable version becomes
|> I want to know if the parts that concern me are stable
|enough that the proxy
|> won't crash while I'm not paying attention. The current
|stable proxy (313,
|> IIRC) has never been unstable at all for me.
|319c looks stable for me:
|10/09/00 08:34:29,Status: Uptime: 20.22:07:18, 1 listener, 0 uplinks
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