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[DeleGate-En] DGROOT ignored on Win32
18 Mar 2002 10:26:56 GMT Manuel Martin <pdmdabdyi-xtc56tzuernr.ml@ml.delegate.org>


Hello Yukata,

i've some strange problem with your great software on WinNT. Well,
delegate doesn't like my DGROOT parameter when expiring. My service
starts like this:

delegated -PXXXX +=conf

conf:
...
DGROOT=d:/proxy
...

(I've also tried d:\proxy)

The log:
03/18 00:01:01.96 [115] 0+0: --INITIALIZATION START: 7.9.1 on
WindowsNT--
03/18 00:01:02.00 [115] 0+0: <DeleGate/7.9.1 by ysato@delegate.org>
[115] -P3128 READY^M
03/18 00:01:02.00 [115] 0+0: OWNER=nobody => OWNER=?/?(?/?)
03/18 00:01:02.09 [115] 0+0: env[22]
LIBPATH=.:C:\WINNT\system32:d:/proxy/lib:D:\proxy
(...)
03/18 00:01:02.09 [115] 0+0: ext[1] DGROOT=d:/proxy
03/18 00:01:02.09 [115] 0+0: ext[2] DGOPTS=-vt
(...)
03/18 00:01:02.09 [115] 0+0: ext[14] CACHE=do
03/18 00:01:02.09 [115] 0+0: ext[15] EXPIRE=1h:http
03/18 00:01:02.09 [115] 0+0: ext[16] EXPIRE=2h:ftp
03/18 00:01:02.09 [115] 0+0: ext[17] LOGFILE=[date+%y%m%d]_${PROTO}.log
03/18 00:01:02.09 [115] 0+0: ext[18]
PROTOLOG=[date+%y%m%d]_${PROTO}.log:%C %D %r %u %S
03/18 00:01:02.10 [115] 0+0: ext[19] ERRORLOG=[date+%y%m%d]_errors.log
03/18 00:01:02.10 [115] 0+0: ext[20] TRACELOG=[date+%y%m%d]_ptrace.log
03/18 00:01:02.10 [115] 0+0: ext[21] CRON=0 5 * * * -expire 1
03/18 00:01:02.10 [115] 0+0: arg[1] LIBPATH=.:d:/proxy:d:/proxy/lib:.
03/18 00:01:02.10 [115] 0+0: arg[2] DGROOT=d:/proxy
03/18 00:01:02.14 [115] 0+0: DELEGATE_Modified[0]: 3c909ed4
03/18 00:01:02.14 [115] 0+0: --INITIALIZATION DONE--

As you see, I set up even twice. :) With normal loglevel, I have the
following line in the log:

03/14 09:52:05.21 [272] 0+0: FAILED DGROOT=d:/proxy

Delegate finds its files nevertheless in normal operation (including
DGROOT/CACHE), but the CRON tries to expire in \var\spool\... I might
have missed something, but have no idea what this could be.

Bye, MM

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