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comment How to safely capture or duplicate incoming requests to a web server
Please edit your original answer to include this comment for completeness. Thank you.
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comment How to safely capture or duplicate incoming requests to a web server
Both answers are of good quality. I'll choose @NickW's answer because ngrep allows the use of convenient regular expressions.
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comment How to safely capture or duplicate incoming requests to a web server
Could you please comment on the output format of ngrep? I'll be trying to replay the requests on Windows.
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comment How to safely capture or duplicate incoming requests to a web server
Could you please comment on the output format of tcpdump? I'll be trying to replay the requests on Windows.
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Specified it's a ruby app
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comment How to assess how much a Ruby/MySQL server can keep up?
Thanks. You didn't however make any comments regarding the high mem usage. Is that safe? If I'm not mistaken Linux will consume all RAM before going to swap for active processes but only 50MB free RAM sounds pretty dangerous to me. Thoughts?
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comment Accessing other VPNs networks through a VPN connection
Thanks for the update. The data center will be figuring out the site-to-site VPN. I guess it'll be IPSec. I'll commment back when this is up - it's taking some time...
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comment Accessing other VPNs networks through a VPN connection
Thanks for the elaborate response. We'll be moving to a new server setup soon which will allow us to do site-to-site VPNs so I guess I'll wait for that. Let me ask you - when this happens, and our servers (we'll have two) will be on a site-to-site VPN with the customer site(s) - how will I able to be part of that from home? Do I just need to dial-up into our side of the VPN and get an IP within it? Please edit your answer with this additional info so I can select it as the right answer. Thank you!