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asked On Windows machines, what is the typical toolchain for remote maintenance?
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comment On Linux, what is a faster way than `find` or `diff -r` to see if something inside a directory has changed?
Neat. I'll give that a shot.
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comment How do I troubleshoot an IPsec tunnel (from a cellular router to a public server)?
Thanks for the input. I'll update later with my current status.
Feb
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revised How do I troubleshoot an IPsec tunnel (from a cellular router to a public server)?
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asked How do I troubleshoot an IPsec tunnel (from a cellular router to a public server)?
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revised Why does my Intel Tolapai network chip not transmit packets?
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answered Why does my Intel Tolapai network chip not transmit packets?
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comment Why does my Intel Tolapai network chip not transmit packets?
@mfinni - I suspect there's something wrong with the driver or its setup. The device is brand new and there's two Ethernet "cards" on the chip. Any idea how I can distinguish a hardware from a driver issue?
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comment Why does my Intel Tolapai network chip not transmit packets?
I'm using the iegbe driver from intel.com/go/soc (the CentOS version). ethtool reports "Link detected: yes" on the other end, but not on the embedded system. Strangely, ethtool also can't seem to detect the speed (10/100/1000 MBit). The link LED on the Ethernet jack, however, seems to work fine.
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asked Why does my Intel Tolapai network chip not transmit packets?
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comment Power and Cooling Cost compared with Server/Hardware Cost
@TomTom - Well, according to numbers cited by Google (google.com/corporate/green/datacenters/measuring.html), 2 is typical, 1.7 is "improved operations", 1.3 is "Best practices" and 1.2 is "State-of-the-art". Google says they run at 1.18.