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#1 freesoft00

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Posted 09 August 2015 - 11:47 PM

Support for sending an “any custom string ” through to proxy server.


Any type can add "custom string any" and be able to query.

As the 2 development, you can determine whether to make your application to add, can be molecular categories.

#2 Olof Lagerkvist

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Posted 10 August 2015 - 10:54 AM

Sorry, I don't understand you. You need to clarify what you mean!



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Posted 10 August 2015 - 03:27 PM

Sorry, I don't understand you. You need to clarify what you mean!


eg:
C:\>imdisk  -a  -f \\.\PhysicalDrive0*udm_app_class   -b 13216K -s 2048000K -o par -m Z: -o shared
udm_app_class after *, is comment.
\\.\PhysicalDrive0 is real filename.

C:\>imdisk -l -u 0
Drive letter: Z
Image file: \??\PhysicalDrive0*udm_app_class
Image file offset: 13533184 bytes
Size: 2097152000 bytes (1.953 GB), Shared image, Parallel I/O Image File, HDD.
C:\>imdisk  -a  -f D:\A.IMG*udm_app_class   -m Y:
udm_app_class after *, is comment.
D:\A.IMG is real filename.

C:\>imdisk -l -u 1
Drive letter: Y
Image file: \??\D:\A.IMG*udm_app_class
Size: 1474560 bytes (1.406 MB), Removable, Queued I/O Image File, Floppy.
C:\>imdisk  -a  -s 10M  -f  *udm_app_class   -m X: -p "/FS:NTFS /Y/Q"
udm_app_class after *, is comment.
no real filename.

C:\>imdisk -l -u 2
Drive letter: X
Image file: *udm_app_class
Size: 10485760 bytes (10 MB), Virtual Memory, HDD, Modified.
C:\>imdisk  -a  -o shm  -f  ABC*udm_app_class   -m Y:
udm_app_class after *, is comment.
ABC is real filename.

#4 Olof Lagerkvist

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Posted 10 August 2015 - 04:24 PM

No, the new feature works for proxy type virtual disks, where the ImDisk driver connects to a proxy server over network instead of directly opening an image file at the local machine. This makes it possible to instruct the server to open a specific image file, or whatever service the server provides.

#5 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 10 August 2015 - 04:31 PM

No, the new feature works for proxy type virtual disks, where the ImDisk driver connects to a proxy server over network instead of directly opening an image file at the local machine. This makes it possible to instruct the server to open a specific image file, or whatever service the server provides.

Maybe if you post a few examples of "real world usage" the feature will become understandable to more people (including myself :ermm: ), as this:

Support for sending an image path (or any custom string) through to proxy server. Syntax is server:port://path where :port just like previously is optional and defaults to 9000. The //path part is sent through to server end as an IMDPROXY_REQ_CONNECT request and makes it possible for one proxy service listening to one single port to handle requests for many different images.

 

sounds a lot like Vogon's Poetry to me. :w00t: :ph34r:

 

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#6 Olof Lagerkvist

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Posted 10 August 2015 - 04:48 PM

There are really no "real world usages" to show examples for right now. It is intended for developers who need this feature for their proxy solutions. Once there are proxy solutions that actually make use of it, it will of course be possible to post examples of "real world usages", but not yet.

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Posted 10 August 2015 - 05:02 PM

There are really no "real world usages" to show examples for right now. It is intended for developers who need this feature for their proxy solutions. Once there are proxy solutions that actually make use of it, it will of course be possible to post examples of "real world usages", but not yet.

Ok, then lets fake that I am a developer :w00t: and that I coded a proxy  solution (whatever it is) and that for some perverted reasons my proxy solution needs a "YES" appended as parameter.

My fictional proxy server is  on 192.168.0.1 (should it be a network server), or it is called myniceproxy.exe (if it is something else :unsure:) and listens on port 8999 (only to differentiate it from default port 9000).

What would be the command line?

 

Ideally :dubbio: you could quickly code a "dummy" proxy solution that only listens and returns/echoes back the "sent by IMDISK" parameter.

 

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#8 Olof Lagerkvist

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Posted 10 August 2015 - 05:24 PM

imdisk -a -t proxy -o ip -f 192.168.0.1:8999://YES -m R:

(or something like that)

#9 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 10 August 2015 - 05:33 PM

imdisk -a -t proxy -o ip -f 192.168.0.1:8999://YES -m R:

(or something like that)

It works! :yahoo:



YES

;)

 

:lol:

 

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