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accepted Submit NULL values in Zabbix passive checks
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comment How to mark every deploy in munin?
The question was not about detecting deploys, but about marking them on one or all graphs
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revised Submit NULL values in Zabbix passive checks
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comment How can I find the total number of TCP connections for a given port and period of time by IP?
meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/169311/i-cannot-log-on-to-chat
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comment How can I find the total number of TCP connections for a given port and period of time by IP?
@quadruplebucky The only four characters which I know can be problematic are: ", ', $, ! . Please be more specific if you really want to help the community (and me). Google finds workrobot.com/sysadmin/security/tcpdump_expressions.html which says "On a TCPDUMP command line it is recommended to place them inside single quotes (UNIX) or double quotes (Windows) to avoid confusion and possible parsing errors."
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revised Serving html from linux ramdisk
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revised How can I find the total number of TCP connections for a given port and period of time by IP?
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comment How can I find the total number of TCP connections for a given port and period of time by IP?
@quadruplebucky you really seem to want to change double quotes to single quotes. But consider: we are not speaking about shell environments. You might use a different shell on your Solaris machine, but also Solaris has a bash shell. If I change this thing, a Windows user will come and tell me that single quotes are not supported on his system. And then, I have to change back? So what's the real reason to insist on this banality? It would be better for you to carefully ready my name and don't write it with the typo next time...
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revised How can I find the total number of TCP connections for a given port and period of time by IP?
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comment How can I find the total number of TCP connections for a given port and period of time by IP?
@quadruplebucky again wrong: the boolean syntax is correct, but there was something to change in the src/dst part of the filter
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revised How can I find the total number of TCP connections for a given port and period of time by IP?
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revised Submit NULL values in Zabbix passive checks
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comment How can I find the total number of TCP connections for a given port and period of time by IP?
@quadruplebucky If you count both SYN and SYN+ACK packets, and divide them by 2, you'll get 1.5 instead of 1 or 2 if one onnection worked and one didn't (only an example)
Mar
15
answered Submit NULL values in Zabbix passive checks
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revised How can I find the total number of TCP connections for a given port and period of time by IP?
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comment How can I find the total number of TCP connections for a given port and period of time by IP?
@quadruplebucky: you were right: my description didn't match the command. but with your edit, established connections are counted twice, this is not what we want.
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revised How can I find the total number of TCP connections for a given port and period of time by IP?
partial rollback of quadruplebucky's edit + more info. Thx quadruplebucky for pointing me to the error in my explanation
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revised How can I find the total number of TCP connections for a given port and period of time by IP?
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