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Feb
22
comment Does /proc/net/udp count all drops that occur between ethernet plug and my app?
I asked specifically about whether the "drops" counter counts every UDP packet dropped inside my machine or if it does not.
Feb
22
revised Does /proc/net/udp count all drops that occur between ethernet plug and my app?
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Feb
22
revised Does /proc/net/udp count all drops that occur between ethernet plug and my app?
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Feb
22
asked Does /proc/net/udp count all drops that occur between ethernet plug and my app?
Feb
16
accepted ss not showing all ports being listened on
Feb
16
comment ss not showing all ports being listened on
It worked, and what made the difference was the option -n, --numeric Do not try to resolve service names.
Feb
16
revised ss not showing all ports being listened on
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Feb
16
asked ss not showing all ports being listened on
Feb
10
comment Trap Ctrl-C in awk script
I adopted your final example and it works great! Thanks.
Feb
10
accepted Trap Ctrl-C in awk script
Feb
9
asked Trap Ctrl-C in awk script
Dec
17
comment `diff -y file-{a,b} | less` and DOS line endings display issues
@Gilles It looks the same as the diff output posted in my question - except the ^Ms are gone. If that wasn't so, I could use your LESSOPEN.
Dec
10
awarded  Curious
Dec
9
revised `diff -y file-{a,b} | less` and DOS line endings display issues
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Dec
9
comment `diff -y file-{a,b} | less` and DOS line endings display issues
Unfortunately, that does not fix the issues. It merely changes whether diff considers lines different that differ in whitespace only.
Dec
9
asked `diff -y file-{a,b} | less` and DOS line endings display issues
Sep
18
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
29
awarded  Yearling
Jun
17
awarded  Commentator
Jun
17
comment Remove pauses greater than x from pcap file
Thanks karyhead. Your suggestion will not only remove long pauses between 2 packets, it will change the timestamps of all packages. The effect of doing this and then tcp-replaying is the same as simply running tcpreplay-edit --pps 1000. In other words, no need to run an extra command, unless of course you want to normalize your pcap timestamps once'n'for all.