Am 18.05.20 um 00:48 schrieb Aleksandar Lazic:
> Is there a easy way to know which URL+src the key is?
> [...]
>   http-request track-sc1 url32+src table per_ip_and_url_rates unless { 
> path_end .css .js .png .gif }

No, as per the documentation:

> url32+src : binary
> This returns the concatenation of the "url32" fetch and the "src" fetch. The
> resulting type is of type binary, with a size of 8 or 20 bytes depending on
> the source address family. This can be used to track per-IP, per-URL counters.


> url32 : integer
> This returns a 32-bit hash of the value obtained by concatenating the first
> Host header and the whole URL including parameters (not only the path part of
> the request, as in the "base32" fetch above). This is useful to track per-URL
> activity. A shorter hash is stored, saving a lot of memory. The output type
> is an unsigned integer.

Thus you only have a hash value of the URL in question. However the IP
address is stored in clear at the end of the resulting key. You might
need to hex decode it.

Best regards
Tim Düsterhus

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