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For me, it was a matter of looking at what was IN my keychain… and matching that up with my auto_smb map... /../Volumes/ServiceData -fstype=smbfs,soft ://home._smb._tcp.local/ServiceData
Since you don't specify a specific username on your ssh commandline: you're logging in with user root on the remote system when you use sudo and your normal OSX user userxyz (or kimanjun or whatever) when you don't. Try ssh email@example.com when you omit sudo or ssh -l root 198.18.144.158. If you don't want to log in as root, please use the correct ...
If you have administrative access to these switches, then you can login and use the integrated debug tool to track down the port on which the required MAC is seen / from which is coming. However if you can't login into the switches, you simply can't, from the client alone, tell what switches forwarded the packets. At most, carefully analyzing the RTT times, ...
Addendum - El Capitan, php56, php56-memcache 3.0.8 After reading David Schwartz and CourtDemone's answers I still didn't get it, until I read this answer on SO about how to edit a homebrew formula. I added the following to the formula by running brew edit php56-memcache and pasting in the following lines: . 20 safe_phpize . 21 + 22 ...
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