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May
13
answered Migrating Subversion Server to Another
May
8
answered Archiving Exchange 2007 Emails
Apr
27
answered Forward http to https expect one folder results in mod_rewrite error 310
Apr
27
comment Can FTP bandwidth usage result in dropped SSH connection?
Add it in to your original post. If you can be selective just the area around where connection drops. Look for a packet marked FIN or RST on port 21.
Apr
27
comment Can FTP bandwidth usage result in dropped SSH connection?
It's not bandwidth. Run tshark -w capture.pcap port 21 or port 22 & before you run the FTP, then log back in after the failure and run tshark -r capture.pcap to play back the actual traffic on those ports. Might give you some clue as to what's happening.
Apr
26
answered Strange HTTP logs
Apr
26
awarded  linux
Apr
25
comment Can I tail an http resource?
No. Theoretically, you could hack something together using byte offsets and curl or wget, but it'd be horrible. What are you trying to achieve? Perhaps there's a better way,
Apr
25
comment Routing setup for OpenVPN server on Amazon EC2
Can you set verb 5 on a client and add in the connection logs to your original post, along with the route print or route -n output of the client when it's connected?
Apr
25
answered Traceroute, ICMP, UDP and TCP
Apr
25
comment Grep first number value from quota -u
This one is preferable as it specifies the desired mount point.
Apr
25
comment Can I use IPs assigned to virtual network interfaces in a bash script?
(Please accept the answer if it works out for you)
Apr
25
revised Can I use IPs assigned to virtual network interfaces in a bash script?
Added ip method.
Apr
25
answered Can I use IPs assigned to virtual network interfaces in a bash script?
Apr
25
comment ssh: allow all users for one IP, and restrict to one user for public IP
Bah, I was half way through a convoluted answer about authorized_keys and from=. This is much better.
Apr
24
comment Initial rdiff-backup on slow connection / large data (Could performing an rsync before help?)
I haven't used rdiff-backup, only rsync istelf, so I can't comment directly on that, but my guess is that it's trying to maintain consistency of the destination. Either all of the backup succeeds or none of it does. Likely the new files are written to temporary folders and only copied in to place locally once the sync completes successfully.
Apr
24
comment Initial rdiff-backup on slow connection / large data (Could performing an rsync before help?)
Did you preserve timestamps and permissions when you seeded the original system? Rsync will start looking for deltas if the metadata doesn't match up.
Apr
23
revised Mail bouncing back
added 188 characters in body
Apr
19
comment How to protect from spoofed SYN flood on a Linux machine?
There's little you can do, locally. All traffic would have to pbe processed to separate out legitimate packets from the spam, you can minimise the amount of processing if the spam is readily identifiable at a low level, which might be enough, but if you're getting hit hard enough, then you're stuffed anyway. You need to stop the traffic reaching your network at all. Talk to your upstream ISP or investigate CDNs like Akamai, Cloudflare et al.
Apr
11
comment Bind cannot query some specific domains
Well, your first dig command to the outlook.com address actually worked. It was only the second one that didn't. Still, if it's working now that you've configured forwarders, then there's your answer.