Suspected PHP Proxy Issue
Hi. We're having a problem with what we believe/suspect is a PHP Proxy configuration issue. We've installed Phoronix on a system and cannot get it to think that it has "No Network Connectivity" even though we've set everything we can think of to leverage a proxy that it must use. But seems no matter how we configure Phoronix for the proxy, it won't connect (eg. when using the openbenchmarking-repositories command, etc.).
So far we've tried/done:
1) In user-config.xml, added entries in the <Networking> section for <ProxyAddress> and <ProxyPort>
2) Created and set the environment variable http_proxy
3) Added a proxy entry to yum.conf
4) Created a /root/.curlrc file and put a proxy line in it
We've verified that yum and wget both work fine and have no issues getting thru the specified proxy, so we know things are working generally. We can even successfully use wget to talk to OpenBenchmarking.org, but no go with Phoronix itself.
So, after poring over the forum and not finding anything else to try, wanted to see if anyone has any ideas/suggestions. Again, our best guess is that PHP itself is somehow failing to use any of the above proxy settings and hence Phoronix can't get out, etc. Appreciate any ideas...
What version of the Phoronix Test Suite are you using?
Have you tried setting NO_OPENSSL=1 environment variable prior to trying PTS?
Hi Michael. Thx for the reply and suggestion.
As for version, we tried both Phoronix 5.0.0 and 5.0.1 and had the issue. I tried your suggestion but no change. I invoked the variable (export), then made sure it was active (printenv), then tried running the "openbenchmarking-repositories" command. Same result. It says "No Network Connectivity" and "Failed to Fetch OpenBenchmarking.org Repository: pts".
Hmmm strange, I guess I would need to know more about your proxy configuration to figure out what's happening. If you can let me know I will look into it (if you prefer, you can just email me: michael at phoronix.com).
Originally Posted by jwest