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Beta / Re: beta archive
« on: March 01, 2010, 02:48:03 PM »
OK thanks.  I guess I didn't understand what he was trying to do.

Beta / Re: beta archive
« on: March 01, 2010, 02:21:12 PM »
we tested with zip and 7z.
there's nothing to do.
he can't even access

Are you saying that he should be able to access because if so I can't either ???

403 Forbidden   

You are not allowed to access this page. Possible problems:
Missing index file
Misconfigured mod_rewrite settings in .htaccess
Authentication Failure
Incorrect file or folder permissions Clustered Webhosting running enhanced Apache Webserver

Everything else / Mime bug v2.3 build 257
« on: January 17, 2010, 09:27:27 AM »
Mars & SilentPliz:

No need for asshole comments.  A problem has been reported we are trying to solve.

Everything else / Re: Happy New Year
« on: January 01, 2010, 02:33:22 AM »
~ H a p p y   N e w  Y e a r  to  A l l ~

Bug reports / help! i have a Problem with my HFS 2.2F (155)
« on: December 31, 2009, 07:51:41 AM »
First of all STOP YELLING.  Second you wrote this in the 'bug reports' forum when clearly it is something you screwed up on your end.  And third, what's up with the poll?

If the self-test shows a successful result, that's good which indicates the server is working properly.

You mention you are using a custom page you made.  That's where I think your problem is.  You might have made some html coding errors.  Load the 'default' template that comes with HFS and try it again.

If you need more info on how to use HFS check out the wiki:

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Events
« on: December 28, 2009, 08:53:36 PM »

Does the file '' show up in the root of your hfs folder on your drive?  It should.  If so, open with an editor like notepad, or use Alt+F6 from the HFS gui, to see if you can spot the reason why it isn't being read.  Still no idea - delete the file from the pc it isn't working in and let HFS re-create it with Alt+F6.  You are using the latest and same build of HFS on both pc's aren't you?

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Events
« on: December 28, 2009, 06:34:22 PM »
What could be the difference in both installations that make either work or not?

Maybe macros aren't enabled in one of them.  Check :  menu -> HTML template.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Weblink in real folder
« on: December 20, 2009, 12:14:30 AM »
you cant add comments to the link.
it wont show up.

Yes they do show up.

In the HFS gui Virtual File System, right click on the link, select properties, then click on the comment tab.  Add whatever comment you want for the link and apply the change.  I don't know which template you are using but there should be a [link] section.  Make sure that there is %comment% included in it somewhere after the <tr>.

why are there multiple downloads from same file on same IP??

Check you limits setting:  Menu -> Limits -> max simultaneous downloads from single address.  If you set that at 'disabled' (no limits) or anything higher than '1' you will see that behavior.  Also from the same menu, you can enable 'prevent leeching' (download accelerators).

Can some help me understand how to fix this or why it is...
i see one user who is leeching 5 files of the exact same file...
should it not appear 1 user for the file, i don't understand why some users it spams multiple downloads for exact IP and file yet others who leech only displays one download if you look closely it shows he is leeching a file 5 times all at different amounts...

If a user is using a download accelerator and it is set to download a file from as many connections as it can, you will see that behavior if your HFS is configured to allow it.  As for the file being downloaded in 5 different pieces, that's the way a download accelerator works.  As for one download connection for another IP that is more common when a browser is used for the download.

so i've removed limits and HFS works great when there are no limits in place.

If you removed limits, the menu limit items will all show as 'disabled'.  That means you have HFS set wide open (no limits).

my goal is to allow 10 ppl to leech at any given time and allow only 1 download PER IP.

Try this:
max simultaneous downloads - 10
max simultaneous downloads from single address - 1
max simultaneous addresses - 10
max simultaneous addresses downloading - 10

Using Beta #250 on win2k8
i tried putting limits, like 1 per IP but when i do this it breaks HFS. I've tried some combinations on the limits

I never heard of that happening.  Maybe re-load a fresh copy of HFS.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Need macro help
« on: November 30, 2009, 05:33:57 PM »
anyone else?

Just tried it.  Doesn't work for me either.  No log entries of any kind were produced when a link is used. 

To be honest, I prefer bacter's method of using macros with the refresh meta. 

Beta / Re: Testing build #249
« on: November 23, 2009, 04:39:20 AM »
5mn to simply access the root,
from the machine where HFS is running.
web users will go anywhere else. ;D

this one is super slow to show the pages, 23s for a only 6 folder page.

I don't have that behavior here.  No slowdown at all comparing it to other builds.  For example it took 0.182 of a second to open my main uncached page (root) and 2.182 secs to open a uncached folder containing 225 files and this is on a slow machine.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: [request] download logs in W3C format
« on: November 22, 2009, 08:12:04 PM »
i dont see the file being created...does it save file after 30min or something??
i would think it would be instant and updated line by line as downloads happen

Log files are created and updated in what seems to be realtime.  When you set up the log the way you wanted (HFS log or apache log), did you also include a path and filename so HFS knows where to save it so you could find it?

i'm using this for my apache log capture but alas i'm not familiar with apache
does anyone have apache strings handy? can more be added or is this the limit?

Do a google search.  Here's one to get you started.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: [request] download logs in W3C format
« on: November 22, 2009, 12:05:38 AM »
currently its like driving blind with HFS, there seems to be no log or any way to know and or capture history for bandwidth and traffic which is crucial when hosting files on the net. at least for me it is. as it lets me plan ahead, this way i can know how much bandwidth to allocate.

HFS does produce logs.  You can even select to produce in apache format.  Go to t Menu -> Logs  or right click on the HFS gui log pane and select what you want logged.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Need macro help
« on: November 18, 2009, 04:00:47 PM »
Thanks rejetto, but it doesn't work for me.

My login page doesn't open so I can't go further.  The login page is loaded from the [login-link] section of the template.  HFS log shows the Requested GET / but that's it. 

Yes, I have js enabled.  Is there possibly some HFS setting that I need turned on that I might not be using right now for this to work?

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