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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike-XS View Post
    @Nathan. I have a little suggestion. Would it be possible to draw up some kind of basic proxy optimisation / setup guide specific to the O2proxy servers to help proxy operators keep the server running smoother. I don't know if you could enforce it, but some kind of setup/optimisation guide could give people a starting point for getting their proxy setup in the most compatible way for O2proxy servers..

    I'd certainly consider adjusting my proxy settings if it would help keep the server up, hopefully others would adopt it too if it means less downtime. Would that help at all , or not worth the trouble ?
    Thats sort of what I was leaning towards saying. It would be a good to have everybody unformally running the same script, I would choose Glype, with it all ompitizmed. Remove Disk I/O by turning Apache logs off, caching off being mandatory, and have all them uniformally writing to the same Custom Glype log file making abuse issues easier, since your have just one log file with unencrypted urls all listed by date.

    There is also many function and systems calls in the glype script that can be removed too. For example in the index.php this,

    PHP Code:
    /*****************************************************************
    * Check PHP version
    ******************************************************************/

    if ( version_compare(PHP_VERSION5) < ) {
       
    $themeReplace['error'] = '<div id="error">You need PHP 5 to run this script. You are currently running ' PHP_VERSION '</div>';

    That is a useless system call on each view of index.php and could just be deleted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keldorn View Post

    There is also many function and systems calls in the glype script that can be removed too. For example in the index.php this,

    PHP Code:
    /*****************************************************************
    * Check PHP version
    ******************************************************************/

    if ( version_compare(PHP_VERSION5) < ) {
       
    $themeReplace['error'] = '<div id="error">You need PHP 5 to run this script. You are currently running ' PHP_VERSION '</div>';

    That is a useless system call on each view of index.php and could just be deleted.
    Are there any other useless calls like it that you know? Would be useful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glypus View Post
    Are there any other useless calls like it that you know? Would be useful.

    yes there is all kinds, for example if your not using the cache and dont plan on ever using it, modifying the code and remove that part that checks if your using the cache. etc .
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    DNS query for xerosurf.com returned an error from the server: ServerFailure

    DNS query for o2proxyhost.com returned an error from the server: ServerFailure



















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    That probably means not just Apache crashed but probably the whole server as Bind (DNS) is not even replying.


    root@server [~]# nslookup xerosurf.com
    ;; Got SERVFAIL reply from 127.0.0.1, trying next server
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    Actually I think it's just dns, as I can get in via IP

    -Edit- yep, only dns issue, just confirmed by adding the host and ip to my hosts file and it worked a-okay. hopefully it gets fixed soon

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    Must not having anything restarting Bind, if Cpanel is on the it sends email saying "Bind9 failed, automatically restarted". I get those like once every few months.
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    I'm wondering when Nathan will look to this thread, I've sent him a message on MSN.

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    All in all, I'm happy with them but just the price is some kind of expensive

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    Well I had to move on since traffic to my main proxy site xerosurf pretty much died after moving to o2proxyhost and having too many days of downtime in december.. And whenever it went down, it stayed down for hrs, like a whole day or so.

    If all the server downtime issues could be fixed o2proxyhost would be quite good and I'd probably even go back. I don't expect too much of shared hosting, but if your just paying for your site to be offline what's the point.

    Now I've moved over to magmahost and they kinda suck bigtime. They won't even answer my support tickets and even though magmahost offer free dedicated IP's with the plan I chose, they have no IP's available to use. Gotta love it.

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