We're using pound as a proxy to several different websites running on
the same host. I've noticed though that, when 'LogLevel' is set to 2,
there's no indication in the logs which back end the request was sent
to. It just says something like...
Sep 25 10:00:45 pound pound: x.x.x.x GET /user/login HTTP/1.1 - HTTP/1.1
200 OK (:3003)
When I bump the LogLevel up to 3, then successful requests show the full
URL, which lets me figure out which backend was used, but if there's an
error, it just says.
Sep 25 10:32:10 pound pound: no back-end "GET /user/login HTTP/1.1" from
Is there a way to get a better idea of where pound is routing traffic,
especially when it fails? We're troubleshooting some backend processes
mysteriously dying and so far the pound logs have proven to be
completely useless in our investigation of the HTTP request that
directly preceded the problem.