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comment Why can I copy a file faster over the network than file to file on my SSD drive?
Network devices don't have any persistent storage for data in transit. On top of that, they all use ASICs to move data as fast as possible.
Jun
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answered DOS Protection EX Series
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comment Network maintenence time - Cisco & Juniper
-1, this does absolutely nothing to reduce downtime and does a great job of potentially increasing it. Adding in no-validate basically turns off commit check for the new version - the action that ensures the configuration will run when booted. Adding /noverify turns off the integrity checking of the new image (to see if it was a good copy). Disabling either risks the systems from not booting the way you are expecting (if at all).
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answered Static public IP issue on Cisco ASA 5512x
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accepted Linux Full Packet Capture
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comment SSH as root using public key still prompts for password on RHEL 6.1
@DeanSchulze I agree with gertvdijk, this is simply a workaround, it doesn't address the core issue: ssh access to root on your server through pki is denying access with no real indication why.
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accepted rsyslog dynamic file filter
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answered rsyslog dynamic file filter
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asked rsyslog dynamic file filter
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comment Linux Full Packet Capture
Is there an easy way to remove files past a certain age? Logrotate seems like the community standard, but how do you integrate multiple filenames into it's functionality?
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comment Linux Full Packet Capture
@Zoredache I agree, at a sustained 60Mb/s, that would be a huge file; so large, I doubt I have enough space for full packet logging. I wanted to give a more realistic bandwidth expectation, but I honestly have no idea. During business hours, I would expect bandwidth usage to be closer to 5-10Mb/s, while morning/lunch/closing might spike to 30Mb/s, and the occasional monthly large update push that might max it out. Perhaps tshark/tcpdump/logrotate offer a combination of size and time rotation?
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