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awarded  Notable Question
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revised Why does data sit in Send-Q? TCP sessions freezing
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comment Why does data sit in Send-Q? TCP sessions freezing
Thanks for answering the question. I finally found the culprit was packet loss from the VPN to the clients. For some reason it didn't show up when pinging from client->VPN, but VPN->client showed massive loss.
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accepted Why does data sit in Send-Q? TCP sessions freezing
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asked Why does data sit in Send-Q? TCP sessions freezing
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Nov
15
comment Nagios check whether at least one out of two services is OK
Very cool, looks like this is actually in the debian repos too: apt-get install nagios-plugin-check-multi
Nov
14
comment Exchange 2007: User/Computer Sending SPAM
Also, there isn't really a question here, maybe sum it up in a question.
Nov
14
comment Exchange 2007: User/Computer Sending SPAM
Might not be an infected machine, depending on outside access to mail being available the offending account might just have a weak password.
Nov
14
revised Nagios check whether at least one out of two services is OK
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Nov
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answered Nagios check whether at least one out of two services is OK
Nov
13
answered /usr/bin/host being used in HTTP DDoS on Debian?