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Feb
18
comment Debugging the VMware virtual network adapter vmxnet3 — packets received by the adapter never make it to that port's listener
Thanks, I wasn't aware of this. I ended up rebuilding the Winsock catalog after seeing some odd hears, which solved the problem. Fearing a compromise I just scrapped that instance altogether and reloaded a known good snapshot.
Feb
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Dec
9
comment fork/vfork are failing but return an out of bounds errno
@MIfe I saw the error in logging for the software that calls fork/vfork. When it fails, it simply states the failing process (fork) and the errno (513).
Dec
9
comment fork/vfork are failing but return an out of bounds errno
@MichaelHampton I first contacted an engineer at the company that makes the software. He said to me the error was a result of an out of bounds error because the errno returned to the caller was 513.
Dec
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asked fork/vfork are failing but return an out of bounds errno
Jun
7
comment Cygwin SSHd Autoblock Failed Logins
@NickBinnet pike module for openSIPS?
Jun
7
revised Can you block an ip with multiple connections? (Apache ddos attack)
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Jun
7
comment Can you block an ip with multiple connections? (Apache ddos attack)
Actually the proper usage of fail2ban and iptables is the solution to OP's problem. Proper usage would require OP to do some learning on his/her own. Sooooo...I'll just leave it in the solutions section.
Jun
7
answered Can you block an ip with multiple connections? (Apache ddos attack)
Jun
18
comment Security Log in Event Viewer does not store IPs
Server 2008 R2 Standard. I think the logging level would only affect which events were logged, i.e. whether audit failure gets logged. My problem is the events inconsistently have and don't have the IP address of the client trying to connect.
Jun
18
revised Security Log in Event Viewer does not store IPs
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Jun
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Jun
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comment Convert a WAV (Asterisk recordings) to MP3
Yes, the original .wav actually sounds quite decent.
Jun
4
revised Convert a WAV (Asterisk recordings) to MP3
fixed a few mispellings
May
24
comment Convert a WAV (Asterisk recordings) to MP3
Another quick question. This will decrease the user time when running the conversion once. However, if I run this over a large set, won't the scheduler just throw successive calls the script to different cores anyway, therefore resulting in the same overall system time?
May
24
comment Convert a WAV (Asterisk recordings) to MP3
Yeah, I got the shared memory optimization, my eyeballs just did not see the -P 4. Thanks for pointing this out.
May
24
comment Convert a WAV (Asterisk recordings) to MP3
I have a script that does this same exact thing. What exactly makes this parallelized? That is executes from /dev/shm? Either way, thanks. I will try this.
May
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May
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comment Convert a WAV (Asterisk recordings) to MP3
@reverdj Thanks again, I'll have a look. That's my main thing right now is that everything is taking around 5s per megabyte, which is just killing me.