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Postfix seems too aggressive while sending newsletters

I'm having a problem sending newsletters to certain domains/servers, like yahoo or minor network providers. It's like I'm spamming their servers with connections and they tell me to stop after a short ...
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Exchange 2013 Throttling Policy with Windows Server Backup

We have an Exchange 2013 Server having issues after the daily backup procedure from Windows Server Backup. Clients (mainly ActiveSync devices) try to access the Exchange Server during the backup ...
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How can I reduce the response buffer size of the reverse proxy?

I have configured some reverse proxies in order to map some HTTP audio streams that are normally accessed via different port numbers (e.g. http://fooserver:18030), to URL addresses accessible on ...
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Throttling a user across multiple datacenters

I'm trying to implement a throttling feature on nginx, that is shared across multiple servers across multiple datacenters. I would like to know what would be the best practice for building this. For ...
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IIS: how to determine most effective CPU throttling % [closed]

We have about 30-35 sites per server across 8-10 servers at a time depending on load, for a total of ~300 sites. The sites are more or less hosting slightly customized versions of the same .net web ...
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How to throttle AJP

On Windows i connect Apache2 to Tomcat7 via AJP. Is there any configuration that can throttle the communication? This is my workers.properties worker.list=node1 worker.node1.port=8009 ...
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How to prevent nginx throttling conflicting with maintenance mode?

We use the HttpLimitReqModule nginx mondule for rate throttling and have found that it conflicts with our "maintenance mode" because both components are using http status code 503. When throttling is ...
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Postfix: throttle incoming traffic to abused recipients

I'd like to implement per-recipient limits for incoming mail to our Postfix MX servers, but I don't know what to use to achieve that. Postfix docs and Google searches will only give me config recipes ...
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Easy Apache module to throttle requests based on machine load?

I have an Apache server that is serving a django application with mod_wsgi. I'm wondering if there is a simple way to throttle requests at the apache level based on the machine's load. Ideally I want ...
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Determine what machine/device is consuming bandwidth

I sometimes help a small office with a few issues. About two months ago, they were complaining of poor internet performance. Long story short, I found one person running Carbonite on a Mac that was ...
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Can a typical firewall appliance handle things like throttling requests per user (per IP)?

I'm intending to purchase a Cisco ASA 5510, but am wondering whether or not I should expect to be able to do things such as mentioned in the question title with a typical firewall (or specifically ...
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Configure trickle to add guestOS

I want to configure Trickle to prioritize my bandwidth with an installed app on ubuntu, I understand the basic config: [ssh] Priority = 1 Time-Smoothing = 0.1 Length-Smoothing = 1 [www] Priority = 2 ...
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How to throttle your own internet connection?

I am writing a website and want to test it's speed on slower internet connections. I have the unfortunate first world problem of downloading at 100mbps, how can I throttle my own computer's internet ...
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Cisco ASA: Prevent any single internal host from saturating bandwidth of outside Internet interface

We have an ASA 5510 at the edge of our network connected to a 10Mb Internet pipe. All internal IPs are private so we have external and internal interfaces. I'd like to prevent any single internal host ...
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Dedicated Windows Server (16 GB Ram) hanging up when sending newsletter to 20,000 emails

Most of the times when we send out a newsletter (around 30 kb) to our mailing list of 20,000 emails the server hangs up. We use Mailenable to send out emails. The hosting provider has the following ...
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How to diagnose whether a customer's ISP is throttling access to my website?

We host a website that servers up mostly static files, such as html and flash SWF files. The server is hosted in Auckland, New Zealand. Our customers are mainly secondary/high-schools. In general, ...
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Speed drop after first few seconds

On a job site I maintain (IT admin) I notice that downloads start at a pretty high rate (cca 700MBps) and then drop significantly to rates as low as 40Kbps... Not sure where to look first to determine ...
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Disable gigabit ethernet throttling?

I've got two windows PCs connected by gigabit ethernet. When I use iperf to measure throughput it maxes out at a good 100MBit/s. When I run iperf using two or three parallel connections, each will ...
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Exim Throttling - how to setup exim to control email deliveries/hour to each ISP?

I couldn't find any resource about how to setup exim throttling. I needed to control email delivery flow respecting each ISP rate limits and guidelines. Can anyone point me some references on how to ...
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What outbound HTTP throttling solutions exist?

I am looking for a way to flexibly manage outbound HTTP/HTTPS traffic in a way that respect site policies, and could be deployed at the "edge" of our datacenter network. For example, we use several ...
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Throttling bandwidth for Apache on an Xserve (Mac OSX Server 10.5.8)

I was wondering if anybody has any solutions for throttling bandwidth on an Xserve (running Apache 2); I'm trying to use mod_bw (http://ivn.cl/category/apache/#bandwidth), but have been running into ...
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NGINX - throttle requests to prevent abuse

The reason I want to do this is because users develop against our API with JavaScript, and some developers screw up and cause visitors to slam the server with AJAX requests. When this happens, I want ...
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Are there any tools to throttle/aggregate multiple outgoing emails into a single email within some time window?

We're developing an application that runs on multiple hosts and emails notifications to us (the developers @gmail.com) whenever something goes wrong, via a postfix server. However, we've run into ...
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Does Mac OS X throttle the RATE of socket creation?

This may seem programming related, but this is an OS question. I'm writing a small high performance daemon that takes thousands of connections per second. It's working fine on Linux (specifically ...
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What IO throttling programs are available for Windows Virtualization? What else could be causing this?

I'm having an issue with what I believe is my host. I believe after a static number of I/O calls I/O is denied entirely and the computer freezes. The point in time when the switch happens from working ...
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Detecting proxy server connections

We are having issues with users using proxy servers and causing trouble on our website. Is there an updated SQL list of proxy servers, indexed by IP, available anywhere so that we can query it and ...