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I get this when anyone tries to access my HFS running with Stunnel. This happened after updating to 230. My other plain HFS running 230 is not having any issues. Any idea whats going on here?


This is the same bug than the one quoted above...
In this case a problem with the sections of hfs.events.

[connected] in your case specifically.
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I get this when anyone tries to access my HFS running with Stunnel. This happened after updating to 230. My other plain HFS running 230 is not having any issues. Any idea whats going on here?


This is the same bug than the one quoted above...
In this case a problem with the sections of hfs.events.

[connected] in your case specifically.

Opps sorry about that. I'm gonna revert that one back to 229 for now.


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I get this when anyone tries to access my HFS running with Stunnel. This happened after updating to 230. My other plain HFS running 230 is not having any issues. Any idea whats going on here?

thank you for reporting.
next build should solve this.


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Seems I should note that strange problem was observed under Win7, because now I try under XP and can't reproduce.

ah...i fear it was because HFS had no enough privileges to write the data :/


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missing %folder% into [connected] event when user is logged  Huh???

at [connected] time, there's no request, the only data we have is the IP address, thus there's no folder.
we can't get anything better.


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missing %folder% into [connected] event when user is logged  Huh???

at [connected] time, there's no request, the only data we have is the IP address, thus there's no folder.
we can't get anything better.

is it not possible with the hearder request to define the %folder% when he is undefined?


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Seems I should note that strange problem was observed under Win7, because now I try under XP and can't reproduce.

ah...i fear it was because HFS had no enough privileges to write the data :/
I'm using Win7 from when it came out.I had similar problems with the first 7000 build.Strangely, don't remember why when and how :-\, now on build 7057 I'm using HFS again with no admin privileges given and it works wonderfully.P.S. you can update Win7 7000 to 7057 and see what happens(note it's a long work!), in the meanwhile just try to run HFS as admin (under properties, advanced, run as administrator).


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missing %folder% into [connected] event when user is logged  Huh???

at [connected] time, there's no request, the only data we have is the IP address, thus there's no folder.
we can't get anything better.

is it not possible with the hearder request to define the %folder% when he is undefined?

there's no header at that time, yet.
when the header is received, it's time for [request]