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Re: HeadRequire example too broad for comfort
/ Juerd Waalboer <juerd(at)convolution.nl>
Robert Segall skribis 2008-06-24 18:17 (+0200):
> Additional questions to the mailing list please.
Oh, I hadn't noticed that the mailing list is the preferred place for
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/ "Servers Are People Too" <serversrpeopletoo(at)gawab.com>
First, thanks for great software (and service) - it worked for
me until I broke it! =)
I'll get directly to my reason for emailing:
When trying to resolve my URL, I get:
FAQ 3.3 clarification request
/ Paul A Sand <pas(at)unh.edu>
I'm trying to test Pound. I'm having a problem to which FAQ 3.3
seems to apply:
3.3 What happens when my server replies with a redirect?
The answer describes the "conditions" which
/ Fat Bear Incorporated - Pound Mailing List <pound(at)fatbear.com>
Since Pound can use patterns in directives such as HeadRequire, it seems
reasonable (and consistent with programs such as sed) that portions of
the matched pattern can be used in the actions. For e...
FW: [Pound Mailing List] RPC over https configuration
/ "Michael St. Laurent" <mikes(at)hartwellcorp.com>
> > I've already got OWA working and would now like to get RPC
> over https
> > connections working. My /etc/pound/pound.cfg file has xHTTP= it but
> > I'm seeing the error messages below in the log...
Re: [Pound Mailing List] Session TTL patch
/ John La Rooy <johnlr(at)fitness2live.com.au>
Robert Segall wrote:
> Thanks, but not quite good enough, as the value should be updated also
> on responses. Calling time() is not really that expensive.
> In any case this is fixed (the "expensive...
RE: [Pound Mailing List] Error 500 from Pound 2.4.2
/ "Jacob Anderson" <jwa(at)beyond-ordinary.com>
Confirmed, this was an application timeout issue, not a pound issue.
My application sends email from a server that was not using a DNS forward server. So the name lookup on the address domain would c...