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6.0.7 Debian timeout if more connections at once

We are a some devs working on a Debian server. We are all connecting from one IP. So basically the server handles a lot of requests from the same IP. Now what happens from time to time, is that we ...
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Kill a process if it goes quiet for a certain amount of time

I have a utility that has a nasty habit of going quiet and staying there, I already know how long into the process it does this so I am using timeout to fight this, but sometimes it does it before ...
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SSH connection timed out. it's not client or server…what now?

I have been using a Linux server via SSH for months, it still works from other locations but for some reason, this week, it isn't working from the office. Putty says "Connection timed out" Is there ...
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TFTP configuration problems

I can not get TFTP to work properly on my system. I have set /etc/default/tftpd-hpa to /srv/tftp/ which I have set to permissions 777 like all the contents as well (and /srv/ too) however, whenever I ...
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timeout without killing process in bash

I have a main script that I'm running, and from it I have a second "slow process" I want to kick off, and "do something" in the main script if it doesn't complete in the time limit -- depending on if ...
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SSH to machines in new subnet - connection timeout

I'm using RHEL4 and RHEL5. A new group of Linux machines are setup recently using 172.16.32.0/24. The existing RHEL machines are running on 172.16.1.0/22 and 172.16.4.0/22. When I try to ssh from ...
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SSH connection timing out

I am trying to connect to an external host that is living in the Internet. From my laptop I can ssh fine. From an Ubuntu 12.10 server, the connection times out. Since they're in the same network, ...
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Run a command for a specified time and then abort if time exceeds

I want know how I can run a command for a specified time say, one minute and if it doesn't complete execution then I should be able to stop it.
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How long is a TCP local socket address that has been bound unavailable after closing?

On Linux (my live servers are on RHEL 5.5 - the LXR links below are to the kernel version in that), man 7 ip says: A TCP local socket address that has been bound is unavailable for some time after ...