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  • pound: multiple domains

    - by niklassaers
    Hi guys, I've been using pound to run mydomain.dk. Now I've bought some other domains and SSL certificates that are mydomain.no, mydomain.se and mydomain.eu. My old config looked roughly like this: ListenHTTPS Address 81.19.246.120 Port 443 Cert "/usr/local/etc/pound.keys/mydomain.dk.pem" Service BackEnd Address 10.0.10.10 Port 8080 End End End At places like here I've seen that I can use HeadRequire in the Service part, but I want the Host header to go together with the Cert, ideally something like ListenHTTPS Address 81.19.246.120 Port 443 HostAndCert "mydomain.dk" "/usr/local/etc/pound.keys/mydomain.dk.pem" HostAndCert "mydomain.se" "/usr/local/etc/pound.keys/mydomain.se.pem" HostAndCert "mydomain.no" "/usr/local/etc/pound.keys/mydomain.no.pem" HostAndCert "mydomain.eu" "/usr/local/etc/pound.keys/mydomain.eu.pem" Service BackEnd Address 10.0.10.10 Port 8080 End End End Any suggestions or clues to how I can accomplish this? Cheers Nik

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  • How to find and fix issue with Pound and HAProxy

    - by javano
    Pound sits in front of HAProxy (on the same box) to perform SSL off-load. Requests are passed to 127.0.0.1:80 where HAProxy then balances the requests across backend servers for a hosted ASP .NET web app. A user is getting HTTP error 500 (Internal Server Error) returned to their browser this morning and I can see it is comming from Pound. They see no log entry in their web app (IIS) server logs, so its not hitting the back end servers. I think the problem is possibly with HAProxy. Lets review the logs: Initialy the users (1.2.3.4) hits Pound on the load balancer: Nov 12 10:02:24 lb1 pound: a-website.com 1.2.3.4 - - [12/Nov/2012:10:02:23 +0000] "POST /eventmanagement/EditEvent.aspx?eventOid=623fc423-2329-4cab-8be5-72a97709570d HTTP/1.1" 200 155721 "https://a-website.com/eventmanagement/EditEvent.aspx?eventOid=623fc423-2329-4cab-8be5-72a97709570d" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.4 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/22.0.1229.96 Safari/537.4" Nov 12 10:02:24 lb1 pound: a-website.com 1.2.3.4 - - [12/Nov/2012:10:02:24 +0000] "GET /Controls/ReferringOrganisationLogoImageHandler.ashx HTTP/1.1" 200 142 "https://a-website.com/eventmanagement/EditEvent.aspx?eventOid=623fc423-2329-4cab-8be5-72a97709570d" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.4 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/22.0.1229.96 Safari/537.4" Nov 12 10:02:24 lb1 pound: a-website.com 1.2.3.4 - - [12/Nov/2012:10:02:24 +0000] "GET /eventmanagement/WebCoreModule.ashx?__ac=1&__ac_wcmid=RAWCIL&__ac_lib=Radactive.WebControls.ILoad&__ac_key=RAWVCO_11&__ac_sid=fnoz2hmvirfivb2btbubbw45&__ac_cn=&__ac_cp=BVDXDWFLDWFMHDFJBOEGBDFLFOD5EEFD&__ac_fr=634883113445054092&__ac_ssid= HTTP/1.1" 200 11206 "https://a-website.com/eventmanagement/EditEvent.aspx?eventOid=623fc423-2329-4cab-8be5-72a97709570d" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.4 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/22.0.1229.96 Safari/537.4" Nov 12 10:02:24 lb1 pound: a-website.com 1.2.3.4 - - [12/Nov/2012:10:02:24 +0000] "GET /eventmanagement/WebCoreModule.ashx?__ac=1&__ac_wcmid=RAWCIL&__ac_lib=Radactive.WebControls.ILoad&__ac_key=RAWCCIL_11&__ac_sid=fnoz2hmvirfivb2btbubbw45&__ac_cn=&__ac_cp=BVDXDWFLDWFMHDFJBOEGBDFLFOD5EEFD&__ac_fr=634883113445054092 HTTP/1.1" 200 43496 "https://a-website.com/eventmanagement/EditEvent.aspx?eventOid=623fc423-2329-4cab-8be5-72a97709570d" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.4 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/22.0.1229.96 Safari/537.4" Nov 12 10:02:42 lb1 pound: (7f819fff8700) e500 for 1.2.3.4 response error read from 127.0.0.1:80/POST /eventmanagement/EditEvent.aspx?eventOid=623fc423-2329-4cab-8be5-72a97709570d HTTP/1.1: Connection timed out (15.121 secs) Above we can see the request comming in from the user at IP address 1.2.3.4, eventually Pound returns error 500 with the message "Connection timed out (15.121 secs)". Running HAProxy in debug mode, we can see the request come in; [email protected]:/var/log$ sudo /etc/init.d/haproxy restart Restarting haproxy: haproxy[WARNING] 316/100042 (19218) : <debug> mode incompatible with <quiet> and <daemon>. Keeping <debug> only. Available polling systems : sepoll : pref=400, test result OK epoll : pref=300, test result OK poll : pref=200, test result OK select : pref=150, test result OK Total: 4 (4 usable), will use sepoll. Using sepoll() as the polling mechanism. ....... 00000008:iis-servers.srvrep[0008:0009]: HTTP/1.1 200 OK 00000008:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: Cache-Control: private 00000008:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: Pragma: no-cache 00000008:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: Content-Length: 22211 00000008:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8 00000008:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: Server: Microsoft-IIS/7.0 00000008:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: X-AspNet-Version: 2.0.50727 00000008:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: X-Powered-By: ASP.NET 00000008:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2012 10:01:25 GMT 00000009:iis-servers.accept(0004)=000a from [127.0.0.1:53556] 00000009:iis-servers.clireq[000a:ffff]: GET /Logoff.aspx HTTP/1.1 00000009:iis-servers.clihdr[000a:ffff]: Host: a-website.com 00000009:iis-servers.clihdr[000a:ffff]: Connection: keep-alive 00000009:iis-servers.clihdr[000a:ffff]: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.4 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/22.0.1229.96 Safari/537.4 00000009:iis-servers.clihdr[000a:ffff]: Accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8 00000009:iis-servers.clihdr[000a:ffff]: Referer: https://a-website.com/eventmanagement/eventmanagement.aspx 00000009:iis-servers.clihdr[000a:ffff]: Accept-Encoding: gzip,deflate,sdch 00000009:iis-servers.clihdr[000a:ffff]: Accept-Language: en-GB,en;q=0.8,it;q=0.6 00000009:iis-servers.clihdr[000a:ffff]: Accept-Charset: ISO-8859-1,utf-8;q=0.7,*;q=0.3 00000009:iis-servers.clihdr[000a:ffff]: Cookie: ASP.NET_SessionId=fnoz2hmvirfivb2btbubbw45; apps=apps2; AuthHint=true; __utma=190546871.552451749.1340295610.1352454675.1352711624.159; __utmb=190546871.2.10.1352711624; __utmc=190546871; __utmz=190546871.1349966519.143.3.utmcsr=en.wikipedia.org|utmccn=(referral)|utmcmd=referral|utmcct=/wiki/Single_transferable_vote; Sequence=162; SessionId=80e603f9-7e73-474b-8b7c-e198b2f11218; SecureSessionId=00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000; __utma=58336506.1016936529.1332752550.1352454680.1352711626.456; __utmb=58336506.28.10.1352711626; __utmc=58336506; __utmz=58336506.1352711626.456.155.utmcsr=a-website.com|utmccn=(referral)|utmcmd=referral|utmcct=/ 00000009:iis-servers.clihdr[000a:ffff]: X-SSL-cipher: RC4-SHA SSLv3 Kx=RSA Au=RSA Enc=RC4(128) Mac=SHA1 00000009:iis-servers.clihdr[000a:ffff]: X-Forwarded-For: 1.2.3.4 00000008:iis-servers.srvcls[0008:0009] 00000008:iis-servers.clicls[0008:0009] 00000008:iis-servers.closed[0008:0009] ....... 0000000e:iis-servers.srvrep[0008:0009]: HTTP/1.1 200 OK 0000000e:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: Cache-Control: no-cache 0000000e:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: Pragma: no-cache 0000000e:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: Content-Length: 12805 0000000e:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8 0000000e:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: Server: Microsoft-IIS/7.0 0000000e:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: X-AspNet-Version: 2.0.50727 0000000e:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: X-Powered-By: ASP.NET 0000000e:iis-servers.srvhdr[0008:0009]: Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2012 10:02:22 GMT 0000000f:iis-servers.accept(0004)=000c from [127.0.0.1:53609] 0000000f:iis-servers.clireq[000c:ffff]: GET /Controls/ReferringOrganisationLogoImageHandler.ashx HTTP/1.1 0000000f:iis-servers.clihdr[000c:ffff]: Host: a-website.com 0000000f:iis-servers.clihdr[000c:ffff]: Connection: keep-alive 0000000f:iis-servers.clihdr[000c:ffff]: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.4 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/22.0.1229.96 Safari/537.4 0000000f:iis-servers.clihdr[000c:ffff]: Accept: */* 0000000f:iis-servers.clihdr[000c:ffff]: Referer: https://a-website.com/eventmanagement/EditEvent.aspx?eventOid=623fc423-2329-4cab-8be5-72a97709570d 0000000f:iis-servers.clihdr[000c:ffff]: Accept-Encoding: gzip,deflate,sdch 0000000f:iis-servers.clihdr[000c:ffff]: Accept-Language: en-GB,en;q=0.8,it;q=0.6 0000000f:iis-servers.clihdr[000c:ffff]: Accept-Charset: ISO-8859-1,utf-8;q=0.7,*;q=0.3 0000000f:iis-servers.clihdr[000c:ffff]: Cookie: ASP.NET_SessionId=fnoz2hmvirfivb2btbubbw45; apps=apps2; __utma=190546871.552451749.1340295610.1352454675.1352711624.159; __utmb=190546871.2.10.1352711624; __utmc=190546871; __utmz=190546871.1349966519.143.3.utmcsr=en.wikipedia.org|utmccn=(referral)|utmcmd=referral|utmcct=/wiki/Single_transferable_vote; AuthHint=true; __utma=58336506.1016936529.1332752550.1352454680.1352711626.456; __utmb=58336506.33.10.1352711626; __utmc=58336506; __utmz=58336506.1352711626.456.155.utmcsr=a-website.com|utmccn=(referral)|utmcmd=referral|utmcct=/; SessionId=69cd415c-2f4e-4ace-b8f7-926d054f87c2; SecureSessionId=00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000; Sequence=170 0000000f:iis-servers.clihdr[000c:ffff]: X-SSL-cipher: RC4-SHA SSLv3 Kx=RSA Au=RSA Enc=RC4(128) Mac=SHA1 0000000f:iis-servers.clihdr[000c:ffff]: X-Forwarded-For: 1.2.3.4 0000000f:iis-servers.srvrep[000c:000d]: HTTP/1.1 200 OK 0000000f:iis-servers.srvhdr[000c:000d]: Cache-Control: private 0000000f:iis-servers.srvhdr[000c:000d]: Content-Length: 142 0000000f:iis-servers.srvhdr[000c:000d]: Content-Type: image/png 0000000f:iis-servers.srvhdr[000c:000d]: Server: Microsoft-IIS/7.0 0000000f:iis-servers.srvhdr[000c:000d]: X-AspNet-Version: 2.0.50727 0000000f:iis-servers.srvhdr[000c:000d]: Set-Cookie: SessionId=69cd415c-2f4e-4ace-b8f7-926d054f87c2; path=/ 0000000f:iis-servers.srvhdr[000c:000d]: Set-Cookie: SecureSessionId=00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000; path=/; secure 0000000f:iis-servers.srvhdr[000c:000d]: X-Powered-By: ASP.NET 0000000f:iis-servers.srvhdr[000c:000d]: Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2012 10:02:25 GMT 0000000e:iis-servers.srvcls[0008:0009] 0000000e:iis-servers.clicls[0008:0009] 0000000e:iis-servers.closed[0008:0009] 0000000f:iis-servers.srvcls[000c:000d] 0000000f:iis-servers.clicls[000c:000d] 0000000f:iis-servers.closed[000c:000d] 00000009:iis-servers.srvcls[000a:000b] 00000009:iis-servers.clicls[000a:000b] 00000009:iis-servers.closed[000a:000b] Where in the chain is the issue here?

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  • Shibboleth + IIS and Pound Reverse Proxy

    - by boburob
    Having a bit of a problem getting Shibboleth (SSO) working with ADFS and Pound. The main problem seems to be that: The website address will be https://website.domain.com Pound will then terminate the SSL and forward the traffic to the webserver on a different port (http://server.domain.com:8888) I have set up Shibboleth to protect the address http://server.domain.com:8888, which allows me to retrieve metadata and it all seems to be working fine. However the problem seems to be that ADFS is configured to protect the https website, so when Shibboleth attempts to recieve information from ADFS I get nothing except the following error: A token request was received for a relying party identified by the key 'https://msstagrevproxy.cwpintranet.com/shibboleth', but the request could not be fulfilled because the key does not identify any known relying party trust. Key: https://msstagrevproxy.cwpintranet.com/shibboleth I am not really sure how I can work around this as to retrieve the metadata from Shibboleth I have to use the https address but this does not actually exist in Shibboleth or IIS. Has anyone had any experience with this before or using any other SSO with a reverse proxy that works?

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  • how to pass domain name to backend with pound

    - by FurtiveFelon
    I am using pound as a way to decode SSL for the backend, but the bulk of the work is done on varnish (including virtualhost stuff). As a result, I need pound to just forward all other traffic to varnish verbatim, but it doesn't seem to do that. I am using the default configuration: ListenHTTP Address 1.2.3.4 Port 8080 ## allow PUT and DELETE also (by default only GET, POST and HEAD)?: xHTTP 0 Service BackEnd Address 127.0.0.1 Port 80 End End End So whenever I hit example.com:8080, it will always redirect to the default backend for varnish, which i assume was because the domain (host) header isn't send along. Anyone know what could be wrong? Thanks a lot! Jason

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  • Ubuntu 12.04 - Pound Reverse Proxy and Adobe Flex/Flash Auth

    - by James
    First time posting, I have a completely fresh install of ubuntu 12.04 Client as a reverse proxy gateway to our internal network. Our setup is we have one external ip but three domains we would like to point to various webservers on our internal network. It's not so much a load balancing issue or cacheing etc. Merely routing some Client browsers to a port 80 webpage (to adhere to some stricter corporate policies regarding placing port numbers after domain names). I have gone with pound and everything seems to be working fine. Static pages load etc. Everything is good with the exception of a Flash/Flex based WebClient for a Digital Asset Management program. The actual static page loads fine, it is just at the moment of entering credentials, be they correct or incorrect, and hitting login, there is no response whatsoever. Either a rejection or confirmation etc. So the request back to the internal server can't be getting through. I have googled extensively and there might be a solution in a crossdomain.xml file? Documentation isn't very clear. And we are not the authors of the DAM app, and have no control over the code on the Flash/Flex side. Questions: Is there a particular config file/solution for pound that allows Flash/Flex auth information to be forwarded? Is there another reverse proxy program (nginx?)that allows this type of config? Am I looking at this the entire wrong way, should Flash/Flex fundamentally not be allowed to have this access?

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  • how to design pound -> varnish -> jboss for ha + loadbalancing

    - by andreash
    Hello, I'm planning a new infrastructure for our web application. We have two JBossAS5 servers, running in a cluster. Session state will be replicated via JBoss Cache. In front of that, there should be some cache, to speed up delivery of static elements. However, most of the traffic to our app will be via HTTPS. So far, I had been thinking of two Varnish caches in front of the JBossASs, each being configured for loadbalancing to the two JBossASs via round-robin. Since Varnish doesn't handle HTTPS, then there would need to be two pound proxies in front of the Varnishs, dealing with the HTTPS. The two pounds would be made high-available with Heartbeat/LinuxHA. The traffic to www.example.com would then be going through our firewall, from there to the virtual IP of the pounds, from there to the Varnishs, and from there to the JBossASs. Question 1: Does this make sense? Or is it overly complicated, and the same goal can be reached with simpler methods? Question 2: If my layout is fine, how do I configure the pound - Varnish step? Should I a) make the Varnish service high-available through Heartbeat/LinuxHA as well and direct traffic from pound to the virtual IP of the Varnishs, or should I rather b) Configure two independent Varnishs and use load-balancing in pound to address the different Varnishs? Thanks a lot for your insight! Andreas.

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  • Pound symbol not displaying on web page

    - by Gublooo
    Hello I have a mysql database table to store country name and currency symbol - the CHARSET has correctly set to UTF8. This is example data inserted into the table insert into country ( country_name, currency_name, currency_code, currency_symbol) values ('UK','Pounds','GBP','£'); When I look in the database - the pound symbol appears fine - but when I retrieve it from the database and display it on the website - a weird square symbol shows up with a question mark inside instead of the pound symbol. You can look at it here - http://www.didyouswipe.com/profile/view-profile/user_id/181 Please advice Thanks

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  • Windows typeperf and pound signs.

    - by Weegee
    I'm currently trying to use typeperf to access some Windows performance counters. Unfortunately, a few of the instances I'm trying to check are of the format service#1. The command typeperf "\\server\Process(service#1)\Working Set Peak" is unfortunately returning the data for \\server\Process(service)\Working Set Peak rather than the data for the instance service#1. This holds true for any of the services that have pound signs in the counter string. Does anyone know of a method to get around this problem? Sample output: I:\>typeperf -s server "\Process(service#1)\Working Set" "(PDH-CSV 4.0)","\\server\Process(service)\Working Set" "10/08/2009 09:37:29.070","1643274240.000000" "10/08/2009 09:37:30.070","1643274240.000000" "10/08/2009 09:37:31.070","1643274240.000000" The command completed successfully. I:\>typeperf -s server "\Process(service#2)\Working Set" "(PDH-CSV 4.0)","\\server\Process(service)\Working Set" "10/08/2009 09:37:39.273","1643274240.000000" "10/08/2009 09:37:40.273","1643274240.000000" "10/08/2009 09:37:41.273","1643274240.000000" "10/08/2009 09:37:42.273","1643274240.000000" "10/08/2009 09:37:43.273","1643274240.000000" The command completed successfully. I can confirm in PerfMon that the Working Set value "1643274240.000000" is incorrect for both service#1 and service#2. I am running Windows XP Service Pack 2, but a co-worker who is running Windows Server 2003 was having the same troubles.

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  • PHP preg_replace oddity with £ pound sign and ã

    - by Barry Ramsay
    Hello I am applying the following function <?php function replaceChar($string){ $new_string = preg_replace("/[^a-zA-Z0-9\sçéèêëñòóôõöàáâäåìíîïùúûüýÿ]/", "", $string); return $new_string; } $string = "This is some text and numbers 12345 and symbols !£%^#&$ and foreign letters éèêëñòóôõöàáâäåìíîïùúûüýÿ"; echo replaceChar($string); ?> which works fine but if I add ã to the preg_replace like $new_string = preg_replace("/[^a-zA-Z0-9\sçéèêëñòóôõöàáâãäåìíîïùúûüýÿ]/", "", $string); $string = "This is some text and numbers 12345 and symbols !£%^#&$ and foreign letters éèêëñòóôõöàáâäåìíîïùúûüýÿã"; It conflicts with the pound sign £ and replaces the pound sign with the unidentified question mark in black square. This is not critical but does anyone know why this is? Thank you, Barry

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  • Refering to javascript instance methods with a pound/hash sign

    - by Josh
    This question is similar to http://stackoverflow.com/questions/736120/why-are-methods-in-ruby-documentation-preceded-by-a-pound-sign I understand why in Ruby instance methods are proceeded with a pound sign, helping to differentiate talking about SomeClass#someMethod from SomeObject.someMethod and allowing rdoc to work. And I understand that the authors of PrototypeJS admire Ruby (with good reason) and so they use the hash mark convention in their documentation. My question is: is this a standard practice amongst JavaScript developers or is it just Prototype developers who do this? Asked another way, is it proepr for me to refer to instance methods in comments/documentation as SomeClass#someMethod? Or should my documentation refer to `SomeClass.someMethod?

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  • Wordpress 3 mutli site install

    - by mike
    Hello, Trying to figure out if this is possible... My company has a cms product that was written in Java and we decided to use Wordpress to run blogs for our clients. Obviously, Wordpress does not run on tomcat(at least not by default) so we installed Pound(http://www.apsis.ch/pound/) on our server and have setup any Apache and Tomcat on different ports. When "/blog/" is requested, the request is directed to Apache. This works fine but we would like to use Wordpress multi site so that we can manage all the blogs from a single interface. We would also like the url for every site to be "/blog/" example: http://www.site1.com/blog/ http://www.site2.com/blog/ I'm thinking it would have to be done with apache??? Is it even possible? Thanks!

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  • Wordpress 3 multi-site install

    - by mike
    Hello, Trying to figure out if this is possible... My company has a cms product that was written in Java and we decided to use Wordpress to run blogs for our clients. Obviously, Wordpress does not run on tomcat(at least not by default) so we installed Pound(http://www.apsis.ch/pound/) on our server and have setup any Apache and Tomcat on different ports. When "/blog/" is requested, the request is directed to Apache. This works fine but we would like to use Wordpress multi site so that we can manage all the blogs from a single interface. We would also like the url for every site to be "/blog/" example: http://www.site1.com/blog/ http://www.site2.com/blog/ I'm thinking it would have to be done with apache??? Is it even possible? Thanks!

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  • Nested pound sign problem

    - by Ray Buechler
    I'm having an issue when I try to nest pound signs in my ColdFusion code. I keep getting the following error message: Invalid CFML construct found on line 57 at column 26. ColdFusion was looking at the following text: # Here is the code: <cfloop index="i" from="1" to="12"> <cfset needRecord.setNeed#i#(#form["need#i#"]#) /> </cfloop> If I run the loop outside the cfset tag like this: <cfloop index="i" from="1" to="12"> needRecord.setNeed#i#(#form["need#i#"]#) </cfloop> The code runs and generates what I would like to generate within the cfset tag. Any idea what I'm doing wrong? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  • pound character(#) in asp.net ajax

    - by Praveen Prasad
    iam using asp.net and asp.net-ajax every thing happens on browser urls are of format http://somepage#page1 http://somepage#page2 http://somepage#page3 now all these urls are in a secured folder when logged in user directly types (or use bookmark) a url like below, he is shown that page http://somepage#page2 -- (bookmarked url lying in secured folder) now when a user user who is not logged in directly type above url he gets redirected to login page but on login page in redirection url iam unable to read characters after pound (#) sign. iam just getting redirection url= "http://somepage" while i want it to be "http://somepage#page2" is there is any way i can do this

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  • what reverse proxy server will direct traffic to healthy servers whose health is based on a result string

    - by joshua paul
    what reverse proxy server will direct traffic to healthy servers whose health is based on a result string?? ideally i'd like something like dnsmadeeasy or ultradns - lol - but for reverse proxy i have looked at pound, delegate, ha proxy, squid, varnish, nginx, apache, and cherokee but can't see that they will work - they only test for HTTP result code scenario client request www.aaa.com www.aaa.com is a reverse proxy reverse proxy looks at "test.php" on server 1.aaa.com, 2.aaa.com and 3.aaa.com for result string "OK" if the server is "OK" then proxy requests to them help!

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  • PHP array help getting a value from the key

    - by sea_1987
    I have a variable that looks likes this, $rslt['expected_salary_level'] This returns a string similar to LEVEL_3, in another array that looks like this I have a set of salaries, Array ( [LEVEL_1] => Array ( [nice_name] => under &pound;10,000 [low] => 1 [high] => 10000 ) [LEVEL_2] => Array ( [nice_name] => &pound;10,000 - &pound;15,000 [low] => 10000 [high] => 15000 ) [LEVEL_3] => Array ( [nice_name] => &pound;15,000 - &pound;20,000 [low] => 15000 [high] => 20000 ) [LEVEL_4] => Array ( [nice_name] => &pound;20,000 - &pound;25,000 [low] => 20000 [high] => 25000 ) [LEVEL_5] => Array ( [nice_name] => &pound;25,000 - &pound;30,000 [low] => 25000 [high] => 30000 ) [LEVEL_6] => Array ( [nice_name] => &pound;30,000 - &pound;40,000 [low] => 30000 [high] => 40000 ) [LEVEL_7] => Array ( [nice_name] => &pound;40,000 - &pound;50,000 [low] => 40000 [high] => 50000 ) [LEVEL_8] => Array ( [nice_name] => &pound;50,000 - &pound;100,000 [low] => 50000 [high] => 100000 ) [LEVEL_9] => Array ( [nice_name] => &pound;100,000 or more [low] => 100000 [high] => 9999999 ) [LEVEL_VOLUNTARY] => Array ( [nice_name] => Voluntary [low] => [high] => ) [LEVEL_UNSPECIFIED] => Array ( [nice_name] => Not specified [low] => [high] => ) ) How do I get at the associated nice name?

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  • HTTPS load balancing based on some component of the URL

    - by user38118
    We have an existing application that we wish to split across multiple servers (for example: 1000 users total, 100 users split across 10 servers). Ideally, we'd like to be able relay the HTTPS requests to a particular server based on some component of the URL. For example: Users 1 through 100 go to http://server1.domain.com/ Users 2 through 200 go to http://server2.domain.com/ etc. etc. etc. Where the incoming requests look like this: https://secure.domain.com/user/{integer user # goes here}/path/to/file Does anyone know of an easy way to do this? Pound looks promising... but it doesn't look like it supports routing based on URL like this. Even better would be if it didn't need to be hard-coded- The load balancer could make a separate HTTP request to another server to ask "Hey, what server should I relay to for a request to URL {the URL that was requested goes here}?" and relay to the hostname returned in the HTTP response.

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  • pound sign in javascript

    - by Jason
    I wanna constrain to input special signs like £ ¬ ¦ in javascript,but they are always displayed in ??? on Page source. How can i let them display correctly and page can be validated ? my page is using utf-8 thanks

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  • Create a T4MVC ActionLink with hash/pound sign)

    - by Dan Atkinson
    Is there a way to create a strongly typed T4MVC ActionLink with a hash in it? For example, here is the link I'd like to create: <a href="/Home/Index#food">Feed me</a> But there's no extension to the T4MVC object that can do this. <%= Html.ActionLink("Feed me", T4MVC.Home.Index()) %> So, what I end up having to do is create an action, and then embed it that way: <a href="<%= Url.Action(T4MVC.Home.Index()) %>"#food>Feed me</a> This isn't very desirable. Anyone have any ideas/suggestions? Thanks in advance

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  • Hyperlink (a href) with a pound sign at the end doesn't do anything in Firefox

    - by chiurox
    I have a link that is somewhat like this: <a href="------.html#video">Text</a> It works fine in IE but not in Firefox. In Firefox it shows the new URL on the address bar but doesn't update or change anything in terms of content. Somehow the "#" is causing Firefox to ignore updating the page. I tried using Javascript "window.location" and "window.location.href" and all sorts of other things but it still doesn't work. Does anyone have any idea how to fix it? Thanks!

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  • Ubuntu Pound Reverse Proxy Load Balancing Based off active server load?

    - by Andrew
    I have Pound installed on a loadbalancer. It seems to work okay, except that it randomly assigns the backend server to forward the request to. I've put 1 backend machine under so much load that it went into using swap, and I can't even ssh into it to test this scenareo. I would like the loadbalancer to realize that the machine is overloaded, and send it to a different backend machine. However it doesn't. I've read the man page and it seems like the directive "DynScale 1" is what would monitor this, but it still redirects to the overloaded server. I've also put in "HAport 22" to the backend figuring since I can't ssh in, neither could the loadbalancer and it would consider the backend server dead until it gets rid of the load and responds, but that didn't help either. If anyone could help with this, I'd appreciate it. My current config is below. ###################################################################### ## global options: User "www-data" Group "www-data" #RootJail "/chroot/pound" ## Logging: (goes to syslog by default) ## 0 no logging ## 1 normal ## 2 extended ## 3 Apache-style (common log format) LogLevel 3 ## check backend every X secs: Alive 5 DynScale 1 Client 1200 TimeOut 1500 # poundctl control socket Control "/var/run/pound/poundctl.socket" ###################################################################### ## listen, redirect and ... to: ## redirect all requests on port 80 to SSL ListenHTTP Address 192.168.1.XX Port 80 Service Redirect "https://xxx.com/" End End ListenHTTPS Address 192.168.1.XX Port 443 Cert "/files/www.xxx.com.pem" Service BackEnd Address 192.168.1.1 Port 80 HAport 22 End BackEnd Address 192.168.1.2 Port 80 HAport 22 End End End

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  • Has anyone seen an HTTP 500 error when HTTPS traffic going through Pound Proxy forwards to an HTTP page?

    - by scientastic
    We have Varnish as our load balancer and reverse proxy cache for normal HTTP traffic. For HTTPS traffic, we use Pound proxy to unwrap the SSL and forward to Varnish, which then forwards to the back-end servers. This is used for our "checkout" process to encrypt credit card info in transition. However, on the last stage of checkout, users are always getting an HTTP 500 (Internal Server) error. It doesn't seem to be due to our back-end app server, by all tests I've tried. Does anyone know anything about how that transition works-- the transition back from HTTPS to HTTP and the interaction between Pound and Varnish-- and why it might cause 500 errors?

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