For xinetd, there are more options (and more explicit):
Limits the rate of incoming connections. Takes two arguments. The first argument is the number of connections per second to handle. If the rate of incoming connections is higher than this, the service will be temporarily disabled. The second argument is the number of seconds to wait before re-enabling the service after it has been disabled. The default for this setting is 50 incoming connections and the interval is 10 seconds.
Takes a floating point value as the load at which the service will stop accepting connections. For example: 2 or 2.5. The service will stop accepting connections at this load. This is the one minute load average. This is an OS dependent feature, and currently only Linux, Solaris, and FreeBSD are supported for this. This feature is only avaliable if xinetd was configured with the -with-load-avg option.
Hi. i am new to Linux. i have a Turbo-cad and circuit wizard programme on CD that I want to install and run. I keep getting the message I do not have an auto-run programme. Do I need to install specific drivers for this? What programme do I need? (1 Reply)
In some articles I have read about a "UNIX Circuit Design System", which was written originally in some version of
Research UNIX by Sandy Fraser.
Here is a quote from the article "A Research UNIX Reader: Annotated Excerpts from the Programmer's Manual", by Douglas McIlroy:
Even... (1 Reply)
just wondering if this type of if condition will execute properly.
Suppose I have a script with two functions in it called abc and def:
is this code valid, or is there a better way to short circuit the if statement?
statement 1 using $1
statement 2... (4 Replies)
My problem is I need to control a 7 segment LED circuit (currently on a breadboard, eventually on a PCB). The only option I have from my PC is through USB. The circuit I have built on a breadboard uses 7 segment LED's and 4206 decade counters. I have cut a USB cable in half, and am using the... (2 Replies)
I know that IBM's official stance is that NIM does not work on etherchannel environment, but has anyone able to get around it?
I'm working on a p5-590 LPAR system, and the NIM master and clients are all on the same frame.
Any help is appreciated. (1 Reply)