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12:29 AM
@derobert I saw in the mail list that they are trying to keep the status on btrfs.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Status
oh the irony:
> Device replace mostly OK gets stuck on devices with bad sectors
:P
 
@Braiam LOL, yeah! But I worked around it.... :-/
	my %res;
	@res{values %{$ti->{data_rev}}} = @res;
	return (WL_FOUND, \%res);
... oh dear that's confusing. I think I'll reconsider after dinner.
 
I don't even know the language I'm reading
 
Perl
 
@derobert maybe you should share that on the mail list?
 
 
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3:54 AM
@derobert But isn't that an unlikely scenario?
I'm seeing some weird behavior here. There seems to be some rogue process aggressively downloading/uploading data on my machine. It seems to have downloaded 40 GB or so in the last two days.
According to iftop, the culprit might be bitcast-in.bitgravity.com. Suggestions on what do to about this? Should I post a question?
 
@FaheemMitha Well, when one disk fails, what's the chance the other happens to have a bad sector? Especially if it's a large disk. That means data will be lost.
I've only done a 3-way mirror (for everything, not just /boot) once, on a DB machine.
@FaheemMitha probably some way to enable per-process traffic accounting. Would be worth a question, if there isn't already one
 
4:11 AM
@derobert Yes, looking now. Not really seeing much. There is this:
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A: Find out network traffic per IP

BillThorYou can check the existing counters from iptables to see if anything looks out of line, It is also possible to add accounting rules to iptables which are used only to generate traffic counts. A tool like Shorewall makes it easy to do this and has specific documentation on Accounting rules Ther...

I really need something to send me email if something funky is going on. Like an unusual bump in usage. My machine has downloaded/uploaded 40GB in the last 2 days. I was actually not even near it most of the time, because we've been having a domestic medical emergency.
And, to be clear, 40GB in 2 days is extremely high traffic for me. And I have metered bandwidth.
 
/me checks counters on firewall... hmmm... 141 GiB RX, 60 GiB TX... up 28 days. Wow, that's low.
@FaheemMitha I think there are plenty of program that'll monitor bandwidth usage and alert. A lot of people have bandwidth limits.
 
@derobert low??!!
@derobert Should I ask a question?
 
@FaheemMitha I couldn't find a question about per-process traffic accounting either. So yeah, you should ask.
 
@derobert ok. Thanks.
 
@FaheemMitha Yeah, working on CueISRC apparently means I'm not watching nearly as much Netflix as normal...
Netflix is ~7GB/hr for UltraHD
 
4:40 AM
@derobert Wow. That wouldn't work here.
 
 
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2:16 PM
Hello,
I make a GET request on my website
send(Socket,"GET / HTTP/1.1\r\nHost: www.example.com \r\n\r\n", 1023, 0);
with c and I get html content
But on website I have some css, js, jpg files, how I can get them in request?
 
 
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6:24 PM
I'm sure we have a duplicate for this unix.stackexchange.com/q/312246/41104
found it
 
6:50 PM
Hi @cas. Are you around? My sister is in hospital. And the doctors said her kidneys have shut down, and they have put her on dialysis. Since I think you know about this stuff, I wondered if I could ask a few things about it.
 

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