Fantastic - thanks for the feedback... There are quite of number of changes and bug fixes from 2.3.1 -> 2.3.10, especially two removing a 2G size limitation.
I have updated the instructions on my site to reflect the newer rpm...
The source files, for anybody interested, is available at :-
Have made a newer version than that available on rpmforge :-
OK - new rpm created and the instructions at the beginning of this append updated (as well as the subject) for both Versions 6 and 7 of ClearOS.
Duncan - in your case as you already has sarg installed it should do an upgrade... However, there were some new options added to the config file /etc/sarg/sarg.conf, so I recommend you (and any body-else with a prope version) rename yours and edit the new one with any changes you want to make. Let me know how you go. I followed the instructions and it worked for me - so hopefully you meet with the same success. As to the buffer overflow - we will see...
OK - the rpm for Version 7 was built using sarg-2.3.10 source.
That includes some fixes that might or might not solve you problem...
It would take a few minutes to make an rpm based on sarg-2.3.10 for ClearOS 6.7 x86_64
Do you want it?
Duncan, Now I am confused... what did you install?
The rpm sarg-2.3.10-2.v7.x86_64.rpm was built on a ClearOS Version 7.x machine for ClearOS 7.x - as the thread Subject indicates...
The kernel and glibc information you provided indicates you are running ClearOS 6.x ????
There is a separate thread in these forums for sarg on ClearOS 6.x
If you like, I could create a ClearOS 6.x rpm, but no idea if that would solve your problem...
I see your changed to daily log files for squid about May 24...
No - not experienced that problem myself, though doing a search I see a few have...
A few questions...
1. What changes, if any, have you made to /etc/sarg/sarg.conf
2. Do you use SquidGuard?
3. Are you using dansguardian logs
4. Do the daily and weekly reports run OK?
5, Can you post the output of :-
# ls -lad /var/log/squid/access.log*
# du -csh /var/log/squid/access.log* | tail -n 1
# cat /etc/cron.monthly/sarg
# uname -r
# rpm -q glibc
I have come to the conclusion that using free uribl is like a lottery... Like most things you get what you pay for - and if you subscribe to uribl - it is probably reliable.
No matter how you setup a DNS or what program you use - you don't access the internet's root servers directly - but progress towards them with a DNS lookup until you get an answer from a higher level server... and if uribl has banned that... no go. Also some free DNS providers will automatically route to the nearest DNS server they operate - so you might not be using the DNS server address you thought you were. This is what mystified me at first with DNS servers I knew nothing about that uribl had banned. At least that is the way I understand it - but happy to be corrected. Not done an in depth analysis... not important enough for me.
and a bit OT but while talking about DNS servers - some 'free' ones are not there as a public service, but to make money e.g. 22.214.171.124/126.96.36.199 and Google's all-knowing policy and single login + capturing your details isn't for fun. It's about total tracking and monetization of you and/or what you search for and/or sites you access as the product.
Now I am really angry - I saw saw this thread is marked as resolved..
IT IS NOT
see the append I just made...
Surely it should be the person who made the original append who decides that !!!!!
Thanks for the updates and fix - greatly appreciated.... however some failures below... need better quality control ?
For Server -> File -> Windows Networking - a strange url to end up for windows networking...
"This topic does not exist yet"
For Gateway -> Intrusion Prevention -> Intrusion Prevention
"The page isn't redirecting properly Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete. This problem can sometimes be caused by disabling or refusing to accept cookies."
for My Account -> Accounts -> Dropbox
404 - Page Not Found We're sorry, but the page you requested could not be found. Try searching or continue shopping
This is by means not an exhaustive list as I only install a small sub-set of apps...