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Mar
20
answered Debian squeeze high memory usage?
Mar
10
comment should I activate keepAlive in apache2
Server side resource usage is more important than user-perceived latency?
Sep
7
answered On a linux server, how do you find out how long the DNS cache expiry time is?
Jun
9
awarded  Yearling
Apr
20
answered MySQL keeps crashing OS server.. Please help adjust my.ini!
Apr
19
answered access server from blocked machine
Apr
19
comment Is Apache stalled? /server-status shows over 240 requests like “OPTIONS * HTTP/1.0” 200 - “-” “Apache (internal dummy connection)”
Also, you may not be so lucky to see the live connections if they are short-lived. In this case, there are other options: 1) run a tcpdump to see when the connections are open, then find the PID of the client process using the process above. Again, you may not be able to do this fast enough. 2) Add a firewall rule that logs access to that specific port on localhost and prints the PID of the calling process (dunno if this is easy to do on a FreeBSD system)
Apr
19
answered Is Apache stalled? /server-status shows over 240 requests like “OPTIONS * HTTP/1.0” 200 - “-” “Apache (internal dummy connection)”
Apr
19
answered Load balancing + NAT issue on BNT GBE 2-7 gear
Jan
12
answered Connecting to HTTPS with netcat (nc)
Nov
10
awarded  Critic
Nov
10
answered Dealing with spam on a shared system?
Nov
10
answered Reporting Suspicious Traffic
Nov
10
comment Ping responses don't make it back to mailserver behind watchguard firewall
I don't think this is an ARP issue. It would be much more obvious - no local connections inbound or outband to this machine would work (including SSH, local ping).
Nov
10
answered Ping responses don't make it back to mailserver behind watchguard firewall
Nov
10
answered phpMyAdmin showing database is MyISAM but tables are InnoDB
Nov
10
awarded  Supporter
Nov
10
comment My DNS works! But, what is the simplest way to add something to it?
That's true, thanks for pointing that out.
Nov
10
answered apache2 mod_proxy /w multiple reverse proxies
Nov
10
answered My DNS works! But, what is the simplest way to add something to it?