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Jul
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comment ipset not being applied to iptables
I expect to see interface names on rule ACCEPT all -- 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0. And your assumption is wrong, it was not me who downvoted the answer :-)
Jul
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comment ipset not being applied to iptables
iptables -L -n is not as useful as iptables-save or iptables -L -v -n as interfaces are hidden.
Jul
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comment ipset not being applied to iptables
You're probably right, but you can't say that for sure as iptables -L without -v option hides interface names.
Jul
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comment ipset not being applied to iptables
Is it the only rule in iptables? You should probably add output of iptables-save to ease debugging.
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comment Is there way to read sectors from SATA drive without ECC correction?
@davor at least there is no well-known and documented way to do so.
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comment Is there way to read sectors from SATA drive without ECC correction?
@davor I think so.
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some notes about ATAPI-8
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comment Optimal number of per CPU unicorn processes
Yep, testing will tell you. Or, if you've already started, you can grep logs and lookup max number of concurrent requests. I'm pretty sure, that you log both request time and backend response time. Nginx will be your friend if you don't. :)
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