[PROXYPER] Nobody@some.ip.address pproxy stats problem
Quay, Jonathan (BHR)
Jonathan.Quay at BassHotels.com
Thu Jun 28 13:05:19 EDT 2001
Thats what it was. The confusion came because the upstream pproxy reported
the blocks against the downstream pproxy's ip address, instead of the
corrupted client's ip address.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeff Lawson [mailto:jlawson at bovine.net]
> Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2001 2:35 AM
> To: Andre Schulze
> Cc: proxyper at lists.distributed.net
> Subject: Re: [PROXYPER] Nobody at some.ip.address pproxy stats problem
> That behavior is done (by the proxy) when the client reports
> the default
> "rc5 at distributed.net" for its configured email address to the
> On Fri, 22 Jun 2001, Andre Schulze wrote:
> > Am Don den 21 Jun 2001 um 10:26:47 -0400 schrieb Quay,
> Jonathan (BHR):
> > > We of Ars Technica Team Beef Roast are running a pproxy
> round robin for the
> > > benefit of our team. We have noticed on our pproxy
> stats, like here:
> > > http://gti.2y.net/~nate/pproxy/byemail.html and here:
> > >
> http://22.214.171.124:8888/public/tbr/rc5/stats/b> yemail.html
> that some of our
> > > member's blocks are showing
> up as "Nobody@[their.ip.address]". This is
> > > happening to me personally, and the ip address
> corresponds to a windows 98
> > > machine. Does anybody know what causes this? The blocks
> do not seem to
> > It can also happen to other boxen (Solaris etc.). Our team had also
> > have such blocks but the owner of the box was claiming to have
> > configured the client as it should.
> > > count towards the user's real total as reported by dnet.
> > Proxy:
> > andre at inspiron:/usr/local/proxyper> strings proxyper | grep nobody
> > nobody@[%s]
> > Client:
> > andre at inspiron:/usr/local/bin> strings dnetc | grep nobody
> > Exit 1
> > Seen this we can assume the proxy is mapping to this address if it
> > doesn't get a address for some block.
> > Could a pproxy developer confirm this? However it is still to be
> > answered which causes the block to have no address in it... .
> > andre
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