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Improving TCP performance over a gigabit network

I have two machines both network cards speed is 10Gbps. The inbound bandwidth between the two machines is 10Gbps, the outbound bandwidth internet bandwidth is 500Mpbs. Both machines are using public ...
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Server Not accepting TCP/IP Connections

I have a Wt application running in a CentOS server machine(Machine A) in the port number 9798. Application is up and I could view the web page with the URL, http://localhost:9798 But application ...
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Cannot create new service with xinetd in RHEL6

I've installed the Nagios on My RHEL 6.4(x64) machine. and i added one more module name called "NSCA" for some central monitoring solution.so the setup required add NSCA service detail under xinetd. ...
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How do I find out what file Apache is serving when a port is hit?

I'm working on a server someone else set up. The server is CentOS 4.6 running Apache/2.0.59 (httpd). They have an update service setup on port 8443. I know it is working but I need to find out what ...
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rsh runs perfectly in normal user but not in root, very strange, why?

When I run command, rsh localhost pwd as a root It shows below output. connect to address 127.0.0.1 port 544: Connection refused Trying krb4 rsh... connect to address 127.0.0.1 port 544: Connection ...
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How can I know the process name which is opening a tcp port?

I have two linux servers. Let's say they are C and S. C is client of S On my S machine, I type. $ netstat -an | grep ESTABLISHED tcp 0 0 192.168.1.220:3306 C:57010 ...
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Trying to Open a Port using CentOS

(I'm new to this!) I'm running a virtual server running CentOS. I'm trying to run a server that listens on port 37760. The code I'm running executes successfully, so I run netstat -lptu To show a ...
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Need further explanation on TIME_WAIT

Hi Unix/Linux Gurus out there! I need a solid proof that TIME_WAIT (a lot of it actually) is the real culprit in the slowdown in one of our servers. The server is hosted on Parallels Baremetal ...