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What data does railway record for people hitting their proxy?

IImLunaHey5/17/2023
I'm writing up a privacy policy for my site that'll be hosted on railway and just realised that there are likely logs and such being saved by railway when people hit the reverse proxy before getting to my container.
IImLunaHey5/18/2023
@Percy 🤺 leave it alone or else
Bbrody5/18/2023
i will relay this question to the team
IImLunaHey5/18/2023
sweet, dont mind what the answer is just wanna know so i can let users know
Aangelo5/19/2023
none
IImLunaHey5/19/2023
so not even access logs with their IP?
Aangelo5/19/2023
users don't have to concern about our tos for your workloads
Aangelo5/19/2023
nope
IImLunaHey5/19/2023
perfect
Aangelo5/19/2023
fun fact: this is why our network limiting is a soft limit and not a hard limit
Aangelo5/19/2023
btw
Aangelo5/19/2023
our ToS will change when private networking happens
Aangelo5/19/2023
because Lima will collect IP logs (for user workloads, not us)
Aangelo5/19/2023
Lima is a proxy
IImLunaHey5/19/2023
yep figured as much
IImLunaHey5/19/2023
i only asked since im going to have EU people hitting my services and im sure some of them will ask
Aangelo5/19/2023
this is a personal view and not the views of Railway Corp.
Aangelo5/19/2023
but I feel like EU people have too much self importance about their data
IImLunaHey5/19/2023
100% get where you're coming from
Aangelo5/19/2023
most services are at worst, apathetic, to their existence
IImLunaHey5/19/2023
but laws are a pain so it is what it is lol
Aangelo5/19/2023
agree