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RE: Welcome to [Pound Mailing List]
"Dickins, Martin" <Martin.Dickins(at)eu.proquest.com>
2006-08-22 12:10:01 [ FULL ]
Hi

Is it possible to add multiple headers using AddHeader?  I'm trying to
use Pound to simulate a system that will be sending multiple headers,
but I can't find a way of adding more than one.  It appears that only
the last AddHeader in the config file has any effect.  Am I missing
something?

Thanks.

Martin
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Re: [Pound Mailing List] Enhanvements
Robert Segall <roseg(at)apsis.ch>
2006-08-22 18:43:20 [ FULL ]
On Mon, 2006-08-21 at 20:49 +0200, Ondra Kudlik wrote:[...]

It would certainly help. A regexp match costs the same, almost
regardless of the complexity, but two matches are double the cost. The
simplest would probably be:

	HeadRequire "Host: .*(firstdomain|thirddomain)\.com.*"

Give it a try - see if it helps.[...]

RE: Welcome to [Pound Mailing List]
Robert Segall <roseg(at)apsis.ch>
2006-08-22 18:45:05 [ FULL ]
On Tue, 2006-08-22 at 11:10 +0100, Dickins, Martin wrote:[...]

No, that is a Pound limitation.[...]

RE: Welcome to [Pound Mailing List]
"Dickins, Martin" <Martin.Dickins(at)eu.proquest.com>
2006-08-22 19:15:31 [ FULL ]
Thanks - I thought it might be.

Martin

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Segall [mailto:roseg(at)apsis.ch] 
Sent: 22 August 2006 17:45
To: pound(at)apsis.ch
Subject: RE: Welcome to [Pound Mailing List]

On Tue, 2006-08-22 at 11:10 +0100, Dickins, Martin wrote:[...]

No, that is a Pound limitation.[...]

RE: [Pound Mailing List] SSL/Zope Question
"John Snowdon" <J.P.Snowdon(at)newcastle.ac.uk>
2006-08-24 09:29:02 [ FULL ]
Any particular reason you want to do this? Pound works very well as an
SSL reverse proxy for Zope. All you have to do is modify zope.conf to
generate https URL's instead of http (set the variable "HTTPS ON").

 John Snowdon - IT Support Specialist
-==========================================-
 School of Medical Education Development 
 Faculty of Medical Sciences Computing
 University of Newcastle

[...][...][...][...][...]
02757000/index_html#1141562813000

Basically you will have to patch .../ZPublisher/HTTPRequest.py to
recognize a HTTP_HTTPS header (and switching to protocol https
whenever this header is seen).

Cheers,
[...]

RE: [Pound Mailing List] SSL/Zope Question
"John Snowdon" <J.P.Snowdon(at)newcastle.ac.uk>
2006-08-24 11:18:36 [ FULL ]
Ah okay, we've standardised on a minimum version of 2.7 roughly two
years ago - we find it to be a lot better than the earlier versions (ZEO
support, configuration and start/stop control are much improved).

 John Snowdon - IT Support Specialist
-==========================================-
 School of Medical Education Development 
 Faculty of Medical Sciences Computing
 University of Newcastle

 Phone : 0191 246 4549
 Email : j.p.snowdon(at)ncl.ac.uk

[...][...][...]
97117000/1156406593000

Re: [Pound Mailing List] No Subject
Robert Segall <roseg(at)apsis.ch>
2006-08-24 18:27:39 [ FULL ]
On Thu, 2006-08-24 at 11:55 -0400, Brian Warshawsky wrote:[...]

I suspect you have a DNS problem - it's quite likely that
myotherdomain.com resolves to 192.168.10.45. To test just put the
numeric IP addresses in your browser and see which certificates are
returned.[...]

Re: [Pound Mailing List] Enhanvements
Tom Pike <thwpike(at)p3international.org>
2006-08-28 06:34:14 [ FULL ]
On Thu, 2006-08-17 at 14:49 +0200, Robert Segall wrote:[...]

We would love to have both of these features in the mainstream Pound as
we have implemented both of these ourselves.  We have for quite sometime
now been running a modified version of Pound 1.9.5 with the hotbackup
feature (we called them failover servers for want of a better word).

We have also patched pound for the first feature but have not yet placed
them in our production environment.  We would like to present a
professional look when something goes terribly wrong with the
presentation of nice HTML pages.

What would be very helpful is to allow error pages to be specified on a
per-virtual host basis, so different error pages would be shown for each
different virtual host.

I can post our patches if desired but that may take a couple of days.



				Tom Pike


Our production website can be seen here:

    http://www.globalhand.org
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Re: [Pound Mailing List] Enhanvements
Maciej Bogucki <maciej.bogucki(at)artegence.com>
2006-08-29 10:14:03 [ FULL ]
> - add an emergency back-end directive (hot back-up): a back-end that
is[...]

Here is the patch for pound 1.8, which do what we need :)
http://www.andrewtaylor.me.uk/gnu/pound/alternatebackend.txt

We still use pound 1.9.5 in production  with modified version of this 
patch, and it works great. I can post our patch if someone want.

Best Regards
Maciej Bogucki
[...]

Re: [Pound Mailing List] Enhanvements
Stefan Lambrev <stefan.lambrev(at)sun-fish.com>
2006-08-29 10:32:30 [ FULL ]
Hi all,

Can someone post a patch for using custom HTML error pages?

I'm experimenting with one of the patches posted here for pound 2.0.9,
that with little fixing applied cleanly on pound 2.1, but it seems that,
if the html file is too big pound truncates it.

patches that I'm using are attached.

Maciej Bogucki wrote:[...][...][...]
Attachments:  
htmlerr-config.c.patch text/plain 4133 Bytes
htmlerr-http.c.patch text/plain 14388 Bytes
htmlerr-pound.8.patch text/plain 837 Bytes
htmlerr-pound.c.patch text/plain 626 Bytes
htmlerr-pound.h.patch text/plain 762 Bytes

Re: [Pound Mailing List] Enhanvements
Stefan Lambrev <stefan.lambrev(at)sun-fish.com>
2006-08-29 10:38:38 [ FULL ]
Hi all,

Sorry to reply to myself :)

patches can be seen on the web archive : 
http://www.apsis.ch/pound/pound_list/archive/2006/2006-08/1156241401000/

Stefan Lambrev wrote:[...]
>>> - add an emergency back-end directive (hot back-up): a back-end
that is
>>> used only when all other back-ends are dead and stops being used
when
>>> any of the others is reactivated.[...]
[...]

RE: [Pound Mailing List] Enhanvements
"Siggi Oskarsson" <siggi(at)junesystems.com>
2006-08-30 13:05:53 [ FULL ]
We would love to have this feature added to pound as well.

We are using pound as the front-end to a complex web-application where it
can take up to 30 seconds to calculate the results for a page. As a bonus
feature to this request it will be excellent to not only return 'OK' or
'FAIL', but a relative load number (for instance between 0 and 100) and use
that as a weighting in the load balancing (servers with load of 100 would
not be used).

I realize this has been requested before and that Robert did not want to add
this feature, but in my opinion adding this feature would really make pound
a much better load balancer. It would also make it really easy for users to
implement the load balancing request page, because they could just use their
language of choice. 

Gr. Siggi Oskarsson
[...]

Re: [Pound Mailing List] Enhanvements
Ed R Zahurak <ezahurak(at)atlanticbb.net>
2006-08-30 14:58:06 [ FULL ]
Dig back through the archives for a small script I wrote called HAMS.pl,
(High Availability Monitoring Service) in this post:

http://www.apsis.ch/pound/pound_list/archive/2006/2006-06/1151100017000#1151100017000

While this script is specific to Adobe CFMX in my situation, it shows that you 
can use a local app to decide when enough is enough and stop answering on
HAport
and when to start back up again, based on whatever checks you want to do.

Ed Z.


Siggi Oskarsson wrote:[...][...]
>>>problems, it is time to start thinking about future enhancements.
The
>>>following are on our list:
>>>.....
>>>Please post additional suggestions here and we'll try to add them
to the
>>>list.
>>>[...][...]

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