Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Choosing VPN server based on server response times Post 303041893 by haloslayer255 on Friday 6th of December 2019 12:28:48 AM
Thank you for the reply Neo,


I should have remembered that, my networking and telecommunications skills are a bit rusty.


Come to think of it the private internet access vpn app for android and arch x86_64 has the functionality I'm trying to mirror. Perhaps I can take a look at the relevent code in the arch package and try to port some of its functionality to this.


Trying to get this idea working for raspberry pi which uses the arm cpu architecture. I also noticed that sometimes webpages would load slower based on server congestion. Example New_York_City could have 35ms one moment then at 11:00PM could have 530ms, even though its relatively closer. I thought perhaps I could socket the services similar to how dnscrypt-proxy could be socketed.


Will keep trying different ideas.


Thanks again Neo,
HaloSlayer255
 
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AUSYSCALL:(8)						  System Administration Utilities					     AUSYSCALL:(8)

NAME
ausyscall - a program that allows mapping syscall names and numbers SYNOPSIS
ausyscall [arch] name | number | --dump | --exact DESCRIPTION
ausyscall is a program that prints out the mapping from syscall name to number and reverse for the given arch. The arch can be anything returned by `uname -m`. If arch is not given, the program will take a guess based on the running image. You may give the syscall name or number and it will find the opposite. You can also dump the whole table with the --dump option. By default a syscall name lookup will be a substring match meaning that it will try to match all occurances of the given name with syscalls. So giving a name of chown will match both fchown and chown as any other syscall with chown in its name. If this behavior is not desired, pass the --exact flag and it will do an exact string match. This program can be used to verify syscall numbers on a biarch platform for rule optimization. For example, suppose you had an auditctl rule: -a always, exit -S open -F exit=-EPERM -k fail-open If you wanted to verify that both 32 and 64 bit programs would be audited, run "ausyscall i386 open" and then "ausyscall x86_64 open". Look at the returned numbers. If they are different, you will have to write two auditctl rules to get complete coverage. -a always,exit -F arch=b32 -S open -F exit=-EPERM -k fail-open -a always,exit -F arch=b64 -S open -F exit=-EPERM -k fail-open OPTIONS
--dump Print all syscalls for the given arch --exact Instead of doing a partial word match, match the given syscall name exactly. SEE ALSO
ausearch(8), auditctl(8). AUTHOR
Steve Grubb Red Hat Nov 2008 AUSYSCALL:(8)

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