Robust proxy accounting

Chris Howley C.P.Howley at
Wed Jun 10 12:46:45 CEST 2009


Thank you for your help. I've removed the configuration from the proxy.conf and I'm now using
the original robust-proxy-accounting file. However, the problem persists - the
file is being erased.


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> I used the example configuration and got the same result.


> 2. I moved the following from the robust-proxy-accounting file to the proxy.conf file.


the robust-accounting stuff is a self-contained virtual server. by putting
this into proxy.conf you have introduced (or reintroduced) a loop mechanism.
I can think of no reason to have moved this configuration from the virtual
server...this isnt plain config. the virtual server is a virtual instance.
by putting this code into the main proxy.conf it may/will get triggered by other



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