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I am a student at UPMC, France studying computer science.


Dec
6
comment How to prevent PHP update from creating generic config file and changing permissions
Thanks, great solution, I should have remembered that! Any idea about the permission issue on the sessions folder?
Dec
6
asked How to prevent PHP update from creating generic config file and changing permissions
Nov
13
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
26
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
16
accepted Cron emails output even when redirecting to /dev/null 2>&1
Aug
16
asked Cron emails output even when redirecting to /dev/null 2>&1
Aug
1
comment How to use nDPI as iptables module (like ipp2p) to block P2P
Did you try and fail or never tried? Also, I'd be very interested in your opinion on how much better OpenDPI is than ipp2p at classifying P2P. Obviously encryption evades both of them but is OpenDPI significantly better?
Aug
1
accepted How to use nDPI as iptables module (like ipp2p) to block P2P
Aug
1
comment How to use nDPI as iptables module (like ipp2p) to block P2P
We run CentOS and with some small mods we can compile the module but it wont load. Have you ever got it working on CentOS?
Jul
26
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
26
awarded  Critic
Jul
25
asked How to use nDPI as iptables module (like ipp2p) to block P2P
Jul
25
accepted Disconnected after connecting to VPN when using remote desktop
Jul
25
accepted Windows script to change from DHCP to Static IP addressing
May
9
awarded  Popular Question
May
6
accepted Monitor freeradius for failed login attempts and trigger email to user
May
6
accepted Dovecot ignoring maximum number of IMAP connections
May
6
comment Dovecot ignoring maximum number of IMAP connections
That seemed to work! Not sure why its not loading /etc/dovecot/conf.d/20-imap.conf, perhaps I need to explicitly define this in some load path. Thanks!
May
6
accepted Prevent SPAM by limiting SMTP connections using iptables
May
6
comment Querying a web API vs local database during a traffic spike?
Thanks for your input. Yes, it's clear to me that the lookup would be faster but under load hitting the database would be more ram/CPU intensive than processing an additional http request. I would imagine that over a certain number of connections per second, the server would be less likely to become unavailable querying a webapi than its local database. And yes, we have a subscription to keep the database up to date.