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Wednesday March 06, 2002
09:03 AM

I've got the inetd blues

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Seems our sysadmins are refusing to allow us to run our server in inetd. No reason given.

It's a forking server, so maybe if I allow 1000 simultaneous connections instead of 10, they'll change they're mind. What's that? Ram all used up you say? Friggin' smartasses.

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  • An older distribution of libnet contained a DummyInetd.pm module. You can use this to at least create a wrapper that can make your program feel like it is running in inetd.

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