Article delegate-en/415 of [1-5169] on the server localhost:119
  upper oldest olders older1 this newer1 newers latest
search
[Top/Up] [oldest] - [Older+chunk] - [Newer+chunk] - [newest + Check]
[Reference:<_A411@delegate-en.ML_>]
Newsgroups: mail-lists.delegate-en

[DeleGate-En] Re: udprelay disappear randomly (ICQ)
13 Apr 1999 06:05:21 GMT saxon <pt4aqbdyi-gztgaloljkdr.ml@ml.delegate.org>


> ok, the "-P1080/udp" isnt necessary, but the "-P4000" process still continues to

disapper from memory....



> -- REPLYING TO THE FOLLOWING MESSAGE --
> From: "=?ISO-8859-2?Q?S=F6l=E9tormos_Csaba?=" <pdmaabdyi-gztgaloljkdr.ml@ml.delegate.org>
> Date: 12 Apr 1999 12:04:22 GMT
> Message-ID: <_A411@delegate-en.ML_>
> --
> Hi,
>
> I have the following options to do an ICQ gateway:
> Users has reported that sometimes their icq prog connects for a
> very long time, and stops with a 'cant connect' error.
> I look for it on the server, and I see, that I dont see the 'P4000' proxy
> in the memory (ps ax). Why dissapears it form the memory?
>
> [stupid question(I dont know icq at all):is one udprelay port enough for multiple
> users at the same time? It sounds crazy, but..] I think, delegate forks itself, when
> it receives multiple requests at the same port, at the same time.
>
> #1.,
> /home/proxy/delegated -P1080 SERVER=socks \
>                                 DGROOT="/home/proxy/spool" \
>                                 LOGFILE="1080.socks"
>
> #2.,
> /home/proxy/delegated -P1080/udp SERVER=udp \
>                                 DGROOT="/home/proxy/spool" \
>                                 LOGFILE="1080.socks"
>
> #3.,
> /home/proxy/delegated -P4000 SERVER="udprelay://icq.mirabilis.com:4000" \
>                                 DGROOT="/home/proxy/spool" \
>                                 LOGFILE="4000.udp"
>
>
> bye
> SOLI


  admin search upper oldest olders older1 this newer1 newers latest
[Top/Up] [oldest] - [Older+chunk] - [Newer+chunk] - [newest + Check]
@_@V