Checking the correct configuration of bbproxy.
In order to check the correct configuration of bbproxy you can use these commands:
- cd /opt/bbproxy/etc/
- cat nexthop
Identify what IP is connected: if there is only a hyphen (-), it is off the chain.
RAW connection to port 80:
- If it replies asking the login, then system chain error.
- If it doesn't reply and after the command it quits: it is correct (communication non requested by agent).
In order to restart the bbproxy service:
- /etc/init.d/bbproxy restart
Check that processes [bbproxy] <defunct> are not present (by using ps ax o ps -ef and so on).
If they are still present, stop bbproxy with the command:
Check if processes [bbproxy] <defunct> are not present; if they are still present use pkill bbproxy and then run the command:
- /etc/init.d/bbproxy start in order to start the service.
If you want to start the service bbproxy in debug mode use the command /opt/bbproxy/bbproxy -d; it returns the log.
In order to remove the service pack httpd /80: