If the patch needs to go into the pre boot script, does that mean that it is applied each time the zeroshell boots and that it doesn’t rewrite any standard code?
So this way I can try it and if it doesn’t work for me I can just remove the pre boot code and revert to standard?
Do you have some more information on what this patch does aside from the sticky routes?
Also, how does it deal with a sticky route if there is a line failure?
I can see the that in the config for Squid for example:
“You can set the global reply_body_max_size parameter. This option controls the largest HTTP message body that will be sent to a cache client for one request.
If the HTTP response coming from the server has a Content-length header, then Squid compares the content-length value to the reply_body_max_size value. If the content-length is larger,the server connection is closed and the user receives an error message from Squid. “
Is there a way I can identify this content-length value in a rule?