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Jul
9
answered Substiting a line through PHP in SSH
Jun
28
comment Email “relay forwarding” through Google
Relaying must still go through the google server, although it need not be stored there.
Jun
27
awarded  Yearling
Jun
21
answered How to detect torrent traffic?
Jun
19
comment Apache with a self signed certificate displays wrong certificate
How did you generate the certificate?
Jun
14
answered What are the advantages of getting an expensive server?
May
21
answered Bridge ppp0 and eth0
May
18
comment Is there a way to automatically restart MySQL, if it takes up too much processing power?
Is this really a good idea? Doesn't it run the risk of leaving your DB in an inconsistent state?
May
15
comment Linux, adding sub-interfaces
"some code I am working will have more sockets to locally bind to" - note that there is an OS-imposed limit of sockets per process, which you may be able to increase, but adding more interfaces won't help unless you really need more than 60,000 sockets...
May
14
answered How often does asymmetric latency actually happen?
May
8
answered Boot and/or synchronise linux image from network
May
8
comment Clarification about Linux TCP window size and delays
He has said "A proper batching is done if several messages are available at the time the first message in the batch is to be sent". Not knowing anything about the origin of the data, we can't say whether new data may need to be sent immediately after you've just sent a packet.
May
8
comment Clarification about Linux TCP window size and delays
How exactly do you know that packet 9 should have been sent immediately after 6/7? I notice it doesn't have the PUSH flag set.
May
8
comment Clarification about Linux TCP window size and delays
I disagree: there's nothing wrong with small writes if you want it to be sent immediately. He's trying to design a very low latency system.
May
4
comment Regarding routing packets via one computer to another
Change Z to 192.168.1.7. Make sure that Y's interface has two addresses, 192.168.0.3 and 192.168.1.3. Tell X (or the dlink) that to route packets to the network 192.168.1.0/24, use gateway 192.168.0.3. Then traffic from X to Z will go via Y.
May
4
comment Regarding routing packets via one computer to another
Yes, but the important thing is that you cannot prevent X talking directly to Z instead of through Y unless you change one of "same IP network" or "same ethernet segment".
May
4
answered Regarding routing packets via one computer to another
May
4
comment Regarding routing packets via one computer to another
If system X is not under your control, do you actually have permission to hijack its IP traffic?
May
3
comment Frequent Rejection of Emails: 554 - MTA's Poor Reputation
That does look like a blacklist of some sort..
May
3
comment Why does one system take so much more time to “apply personal settings” when it boots?
This includes things the user has saved to desktop, doesn't it?