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Feb
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reviewed Reject VPN Internet Access on a Zyxel SBG3300
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revised LDAP: How to add a person to an existing group?
Updated dead link to RFC 2307
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Dec
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comment Read performance of old LTO-2 tape
As per the detail I put in the question, the time is consumed by the device-side IO latency of each read. Note the iostat output shows a high %b but zero %w.
Dec
11
comment Read performance of old LTO-2 tape
They were written with a gzip stream piped into dd bs=10240 of=/dev/rmt/1lbn
Dec
11
comment Read performance of old LTO-2 tape
Unfortunately this doesn't help. I actually tried using mbuffer by Thomas Maier-Komor for similar reasons. However, the bottleneck appears to be somewhere else.
Dec
11
comment Read performance of old LTO-2 tape
How could this be faster than dd to /dev/null?
Dec
11
asked Read performance of old LTO-2 tape
Oct
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answered Refresh ipfilter configuration while keeping state
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asked Refresh ipfilter configuration while keeping state
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Aug
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comment Having public IP addresses for computers in private network
Updated to say "built-in security of a private address". I agree that NAT itself doesn't provide security. The point I was making is that a public address is accessible from the internet unless it is blocked (e.g. a firewall), whereas a private address is not accessible from the internet unless you specifically make it accessible (e.g. permissive NAT or port forwarding).
Aug
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revised Having public IP addresses for computers in private network
Removed "built-in security of NAT" because NAT itself doesn't provide the security
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