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ultramonkey-l7-v2: コミット

UltraMonkey-L7 V2(single-thread implementation)


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リビジョン62b4e922712c775c63b6d0048e661ea3cfd00e35 (tree)
日時2010-06-11 17:36:07
作者Kohei TANUMA <tanuma@user...>
コミッターKohei TANUMA

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Added COPYING file. (LGPLv2.1 for l7vsd, GPL for l7directord)

l7directord is licensed under GPL, because original ldirectord
is also licensed under GPL.

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--- a/README
+++ b/README
@@ -9,21 +9,25 @@ Welcome
99 System requirements
1010 ===================
1111
12- OS : Linux 2.6.9(or later)on x86 and x86_64 architecture
13- We recommend to use Redhat Enterprise Linux.
12+ OS: Linux 2.6.9(or later)on x86 and x86_64 architecture
13+ We recommend to use Redhat Enterprise Linux.
1414
15- CPU : Intel x86 and x86_64 or compatible architecture processors
15+ CPU: Intel x86 and x86_64 or compatible architecture processors
1616
17- Memory : 2 GB(recommended)
17+ Memory: 2 GB(recommended)
1818
19- Libraries : gcc4(or higher), glib2.x, perl, apache log4cxx(0.10 or higher)
20- boost(1.36 or higer)
19+ Libraries: gcc4(or higher), glib2.x, perl, apache log4cxx(0.10 or higher)
20+ boost(1.36 or higer)
2121
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2323 License
2424 =======
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29+ (l7directord) is distributed under GPL, because original ldirectord is
30+ also distributed under GPL.
2731
2832
2933 About UltraMonkey-L7 Project
--- a/conf/l7vs.cf
+++ b/conf/l7vs.cf
@@ -1,31 +1,20 @@
1-#
2-# UltraMonkey - L7 configuration file
1+# UltraMonkey-L7 configuration file
32 # 2008 (C) NTT Comware
4-# License: GNU General Public License (GPL)
3+# License: GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
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2114 #
22-# Rivision History.
23-# 2.1.0-0 Add some performance settings.
24-# - 2008/MM/DD NAME
25-# 2.0.0-1 Change default log level `info' to `warn'.
26-# - 2008/07/29 Hideaki KONDO.
27-# 2.0.0-0 First verion release.(version was put together l7vsd)
28-# - 2008/03/26 Norihisa NAKAI.
15+# You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
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2918
3019 #
3120 # l7vs performance setting
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