Yutaka Sato wrote:
> This forum does not accept messages from addresses which seem not of
> a human, as "info@..". Sorry for the inconvenience.
> I'm sending this reply message to the forum.
Oh, thank you. I'll try from my personal address.
> You seem using DeleGate as a proxy for HTTP on Windows, setting
> TIMEOUT=standby with the value larger than 60seconds, is this right?
I've attached my startup options below.
> What does this "abort" and "crash" mean?
Sorry, I meant the delegate service process is closing unexpectedly.
> The cause of "VStr overflow" is clear. It is because the buffer of
> 32 bytes is not enough for "HUPENV=x/x/x/x/y1,y2,y3,y4,...".
> This is a string to represent and inherit the socket environment on
> restart by (possibly emulated) SIGHUP on Windows.
> So I expanded the buffer, nchild in delegated.c:sigHUPX(), and
> uploaded the expanded version as
> at ftp://ftp.delegate.org/pub/DeleGate/alpha/.
I'll try it immediately.
> I suppose this is caused when you specify multiple ports to accept
> as "-Pp1,p2,p3..."
Yes, I have a very long -P line.
It's true that each port mentioned in a SERVER clause should also be
listed with -P ?
For example, to have port 20119 listening as an NNTP proxy must I
specify it with both with -P and in a SERVER clause?
Or I've misunderstood the manual (most likely) ?
> The problem is why this "kill Frozen Sticky" is caused to emulate SIGHUP.
> I think the LOGFILE of your DeleGate, if it's not disabled, will show the
> reason. Especially, lines including a word "Sticky" will give us great
Right now I use -vt so don't have more informations. I'll try to run it
Many thanks for your help
----- when installing a delegate executable, I use this cmd line:
-t -vt +="e:/apps/dlg-conf.txt"
Delegate will ask about registering the service and then the service
starts with the following parameters (extracted from windows registry):
----- dlg-conf.txt is (addresses edited)