Subject: Re: bin/1723: inetd terminates services wrongly.
To: Neil J. McRae <email@example.com>
From: David Brownlee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/05/1995 21:32:30
Maybe the default should be raised ast well - atleast to 60...
once connection a second should be ok...
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On Sun, 5 Nov 1995, Neil J. McRae wrote:
> > > >Fix:
> > > This used to happen on SunOS boxes, sun replaced the inetd with another
> > > one that let you specify how many connections in a given time.
> > Check out the inetd(8) man page; we've had this option for a couple of years.
> Yeah found it, must open my eyes more :)
> >From the man page for future reference.
> The optional ``max'' suffix (separated from
> ``wait'' or ``nowait'' by a dot) specifies the maximum number of server
> instances that may be spawned from inetd within an interval of 60 sec-
> onds. When omitted, ``max'' defaults to 40.
> Neil J. McRae. Demon Internet
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