[PROXYPER] proxy questions regarding connections and buffering

Sir Abarth sirabarth at gmx.net
Wed Sep 4 23:09:20 EDT 2002


Try 'expertmode=1'

----- Original Message -----
From: "Anuerin G. Diaz" <adiaz at msi.net.ph>
To: <proxyper at lists.distributed.net>
Sent: Wednesday, September 04, 2002 7:03 AM
Subject: [PROXYPER] proxy questions regarding connections and buffering


> hi,
>
> I know i have asked this before but maybe somebody has an answer now. I
> am running the personal proxy on a win2k workstation(updating to the
> internet says im running version 324). there are times when the pproxy
> stops responding to connection initiated by clients (i currently have 4
> clients connecting to the proxy). i have to put the focus on the command
> window running the proxy and press enter a couple of times before it
> resumes processing the client's connection requests. the problem is if i
> forgot to check it regularly. then it will process the pending
> connection but since the clients have already timed out and closed the
> connection.
>
> I also have tried running a pproxy on a RH7.2 server. The problem is
> that the crunched blocks were removed from the connecting clients but
> isnt added on the ready blocks on the pproxy server. listing the
> processes on the linux server shows a lot of pproxy processes with the
> state set to ? (neither running nor suspended and i presume its already
> a zombie). i cant make the linux pproxy add the blocks to its ready
> block but it does allocates uncrunched blocks to the connecting clients
> rather successfully.
>
> Last question, i have already added the 'expert=1' in the rc5 section
> but the limit stays at 1000 blocks. i only have connection during lunch
> hour and 1000 blocks is to little as i run out of rc5 blocks at around 7
> in the morning. im right now concentrating on rc5 blocks but there is no
> wasted time since i still have some OGR blocks in case rc5 runs out.
>
>
> thanks for reading.... any suggestions/hints would be greatly
> appreciated.
>
> ciao!
>
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