To add some filter rules in conf file
Bruce.Hudson at Dal.Ca
Tue Oct 20 17:54:20 UTC 2009
> Its NOT if it doesn't match any class, ignore the client. Its for some
> match, ignore the client. Its bit tricky here. This would be possible use
> variables but it doesn't work. thanks.
You can assign every client membership in exactly one class of your
set of class according to any combination of conditions. That is step
one. Step two maps the classes to your pools. If none of your pools has
a permit for a given class, the members of that class are essentially
ignored. You can also do this explicitly by including the "ignore booting"
directive in the class definition.
If you are having trouble working this out, you may want to build a
test version of the server. Look at the debugging options in "site.h":
DEBUG_EXPRESSIONS, DEBUG_CLASS_MATCHING, and DEBUG_FIND_LEASE.
Bruce A. Hudson | Bruce.Hudson at Dal.CA
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