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  05/02-19:16 . 3208  "Mat Moot" <> [37]
  *Anonymous* - HTTP Proxy server does not send HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR variable to host, this improves privacy since your IP address cannot be logged. *High anonymity* - HTTP Servers of this type don't
problem with CGI (not CFI) on Windows?
  05/02-21:30 . 3209  Martin Vetter <> [54]
  Hi Yutaka, as of delegate 9.2.0 pre9 it seems CFI is working on Windows, thanks. now I try to get a working "inline CGI mount" setup with delegate ... I do something like: cat test.bat echo "Content
  05/03-06:10 . 3210 (Yutaka Sato) [102]
  Martin, I don't remember whether or not DeleGate has been able to do usual CGI on Windows. The problem occurs because DeleGate waits a negotiation with the spawned CGI process at the start and at th
  05/03-21:41 . 3211  Martin Vetter <> [73]
  Hi Yutaka, thanks for the patch, but I'm afraid it's even worse now :o) applied to delegate9_2_0-pre11.tar.gz, the following cat test.bat @ echo "Content-Type: text/plain" @ echo "" @ echo "Hello Wo
  05/03-23:34 . 3212 (Yutaka Sato) [33]
  Hi, It seems stalling at the startup, before processing any request. Does your DeleGate starts normally if you compile it without the patch? Which version of VC++ are you using? I think we can see s
problem with CGI on Windows?
  05/04-02:02 . 3213  Martin Vetter <> [73]
  Hi, I tried to compile delegate on three PCs, using Visual Studio .NET 2003. only one of them was able to generate a running binary, which still doesn't seem to work right. we have so many versions
  05/06-04:11 . 3214 (Yutaka Sato) [55]
  Martin, Hmm... Since both the CGI and FTOSV prcoesses are the children of the parent DeleGate process, the previous patch which suppress the waiting for a child if there are no children. It can be f
SHTML / SSI (Re: problem with CGI on Windows?)
  05/06-09:23 . 3215 (Yutaka Sato) [75]
  Martin, Now I'm extending SSI (SHTML) supports in DeleGate mainly for access counters. As the basic feature of SHTML, I implemented #exec tag which can be used to replace CGI. SHTML is recomendable
SHTML / SSI / CGI on Windows
  05/08-20:53 . 3216  Martin Vetter <> [108]
  Hi Yutaka, regarding: and: could it be, that there still seem to be problems when stacking filters on CGI or SSI output? I'm testing the following setup: cat cgi.bat @echo Content-Type: text/plain @
  05/09-09:40 . 3217 (Yutaka Sato) [55]
  Martin, I suppose these problems occur without CGI or SSI, but only with FTOCL as an external filter command. DeleGate on Windows tries to shutdown the TCP connection to the client when it is runnin
proxy forwarding
  05/13-03:02 . 3218  <> [14]
  Hi, Is it possible to do (http) forwarding with an exclusion list ? I would like to forward all url to the upstream proxy, with the exception of some networks connected directly to our firewall. (HT
  05/13-04:56 . 3219 (Yutaka Sato) [22]
  Hi, It can be like this: PROXY="upstreamProxyHost:8080:!" Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <> ( - ) National Institute of Advanced Ind
  05/13-06:37 . 3220  <> [44]
  thanks, another question, do you know if there is a "ready-made" linux (bsd) live cd dedicated to delegate ? (in the way monowall, endian, ipcop or redwall work) keep up the good work Greetings, Kee
DeleGate/9.2.1 (BETA) -- Access Counter, Cookie Encryption, HTTP Keep-Alive on Windows
  05/15-09:32 . 3221 (Yutaka Sato) [118]
  Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.2.1 (BETA) -- Access counters, Cookie encription, HTTP Keep-Alive on Windows This version features a
TIMEOUT with a perl filter
  05/17-22:16 . 3222  =?ISO-8859-1?Q?S=E9bastien_Cottalorda?= <> [89]
  Hi, I use delegate 9.1.1 on a Mandrake distrib. During a large file filter processing, delegate timed out as this 05/17 15:05:44.59 [15468] 9+0: -- Fork(FTOCL): 15467 -> 15468 05/17 15:05:44.59 [154
File size issue with FTP cache
  05/17-22:58 . 3223  Steve Brown <> [16]
  Hi, There would appear to be an issue when using Delegate as an FTP proxy, with cacheing ON. When a user downloads a file larger than 2GB, the file download quits at the 2GB point, everytime. This i
  05/17-23:35 . 3224 (Yutaka Sato) [29]
  Steve, I know it because I've used "signed int" of 32bits to represent the size of a file here and there in DeleGate. I'm sure it should be replaced with "off_t". By the way, is it normal to hold 2G
TIMEOUT with a perl filter
  05/18-06:50 . 3225 (Yutaka Sato) [130]
  DeleGate for POP does not do timeouts on inputs from client or server. Maybe it's the timeout (about 45 seconds) of Thunderbird waiting the response to the RETR command. You can emulate a POP server
  05/18-16:26 . 3226  =?ISO-8859-1?Q?S=E9bastien_Cottalorda?= <> [39]
  Yutaka Sato a crit : Hi Yutaka, you're true, thunderbird times out. I finally found the timeout value with thunderbird extention "about:config" and modify it to 180. It works now perfectly. Thanks f
File size issue with FTP cache
  05/19-22:53 . 3227  Steffen Kaiser <> [20]
  Hello, the same problem arise if you serve DVD images via FTP, e.g. we mirror images for Linux distributions locally, but files greater than 2GB are hidden. I start DeleGate with this command: $demo
  05/21-06:07 . 3228 (Yutaka Sato) [200]
  Hallo, On MacOSX, I did experiments of FTP-DeleGate as both an origin server and a caching proxy server for two data of size 2.5GB (minus size in signed int) and 4.6GB (33bits size), using the "ftp"
  05/21-07:04 . 3229 (Yutaka Sato) [37]
  Hi, Are you sure that the file system of your host of DeleGate is able to manipulate a file larger than 2GB? My RedHat7.1 on VirtualPC cannot do it, and caching-FTP-DeleGate does abort when trying t
  05/22-17:02 . 3230  Steve Brown <> [18]
  Hi, Yes I tested that seperately. The actual Filesystem does not have any restrictions at all. I copied a 4.4GB ISO image from a DVD onto the same filesystem, and did an MD5 hash on the result. It w
  05/22-18:00 . 3231 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
  Steve, I think it depends on with which command (system call) you did it. If you did it with the "cp" or "cat" command on the same host where DeleGate runs, then it shows some hint. The patch for St
  05/22-20:38 . 3232  Steffen Kaiser <> [96]
  Hello, OK, I'm using: NcFTP 3.1.3 (Mar 27, 2002) and access and see the 4GB files --hence, ncftp _can_ display 4GB files -- , but connect
  05/22-20:41 . 3233  Steve Brown <> [30]
  Hi, Oops. Missed that. I used the 'cp' command, and it successfully copied a 4.7GB image from the DVD drive to the filesystem that Delegate uses for cacheing. So the maximum limit has increased from
  05/22-20:54 . 3234  Steffen Kaiser <> [88]
  Hello, I also tried it with this Perl snippet without luck: see attached ZIP file for script and log. the log was tested with: perl /tmp/ ftp://localhost:2121/pub/debian-iso/sarge/ ftp://
  05/23-18:23 . 3235 (Yutaka Sato) [78]
  Hi, The data returned by DeleGate responding to LIST command in FTP protocol is that of the output of "delegated -Fls -l" command. So you can test it with: % delegated -Fls -l /mnt/mirror//pub/debia
  05/23-22:09 . 3236  Steffen Kaiser <> [228]
  Hello Yutaka, in short it works: make CC=$CC CFLAGS="-DSTAT64 -D_LARGEFILE64_SOURCE" src/delegated -Fls -l /mnt/mirror//pub/debian-iso/sarge -rw-r--r-- 1 root 4686706688 Jun 13 2005 debian-31r0a-i38
  05/23-22:32 . 3237  Steffen Kaiser <> [54]
  Hello again, OK, I put the delegate into testing, this is the result: 05/23 15:27:57.57 [17796] 3+0/37: *** /pub/debian-iso/sarge/debian-31r0a-i386-binary-2.iso => file://localhost/mnt/mirror/pub/de
Strange problem with delegate and transparent proxy
  05/24-00:02 . 3238  "Sysop - ATINET" <> [21]
  I'm trying to migrate from a Freebsd+squid to Freebsd+delegate. But, after configure ipfw to forward port 80 packets to delegate port, strange things happens. Some urls opens but some opens an infor
File size issue with FTP cache
  05/24-01:58 . 3239 (Yutaka Sato) [67]
  Hi, What happens without -D_LARGEFILE64_SOURCE ? Finally I installed (maybe latest) Debian on my VirtualPC/PPC/MacOSX and tested DeleGate/9.2.2-pre2a on it. I could compile it with -DSTAT64 only. $
  05/24-11:11 . 3240 (Yutaka Sato) [25]
  I uploaded delegate9.2.2-pre3a.tar.gz at - it can be compiled with make CFLAGS="-DSTAT64 -O3" in my Debian 3.1 - it can serve FTP data larger than 2GB (and
Strange problem with delegate and transparent proxy
  05/24-15:56 . 3241 (Yutaka Sato) [20]
  For what URLs (server hosts) does it happen? By default, when a specified destination host (virtual host in Host: field) is unknown (i.e not resolvable), DeleGate recognizes it as the request to its
  05/24-20:59 . 3242  "Sysop - ATINET" <> [45]
  Mr. Yutaka, it happens with random urls (I can't find a logic). When I type in browser, for example,, the url is rewrited to and those informations is
File size issue with FTP cache
  05/24-23:12 . 3243  Steffen Kaiser <> [498]
  Hello, during my tests, I found three problems, please see below and the attached log/conf files. this: gcc -DSTAT64 -x c++ -DQS -DNONC99 -I../include -DSTAT64 -c In funct
  05/25-00:22 . 3244 (Yutaka Sato) [70]
  Steffen, you Steffen Kaiser <> wrote in <_A3243@delegate-en.ML_> on 05/24/06(23:12:21): I also encountered the problem and have fixed it in 9.2.2-pre3a and 9
  05/25-14:24 . 3245 (Yutaka Sato) [83]
  Hi, I uploaded delegate9.2.2-pre3c.tar.gz at - supported ABOR command for MODE XDC (DeleGate-DeleGate mode) - enabled caching file larger than 4GB in MODE X
Strange problem with delegate and transparent proxy
  05/25-15:03 . 3246 (Yutaka Sato) [47]
  Hi, What do you see in the logfile of DeleGate when such redirection is done? Maybe you see "gethostname(...) unknown" which means host name resolution error, usually by DNS. I can reproduce it as t
FTP MOUNT lacking the root (Re: File size issue with FTP cache)
  05/25-17:30 . 3247 (Yutaka Sato) [23]
  Steffen, Maybe I'm reminded the reason of the problem. It is caused because there is no MOUNT rule about the virtual root directory and it will be solved by adding a MOUNT rule for the virutal root
  05/25-20:10 . 3248 (Yutaka Sato) [37]
  I think FTP MOUNT without the virtual root definition should work by default, without a dummy MOUNT like above. The enclosed patch can be a possible solution. Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <y.sato@
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