Re: The oh so stable Linux - Linux

This is a discussion on Re: The oh so stable Linux - Linux ; On 2008-10-16, Sinister Midget claimed: > On 2008-10-16, Erik Funkenbusch claimed: >> No, there is no way to reset iptables in this case. I've tried all the >> normal solutions and they don't work. I have to unload all rules ...

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    On 2008-10-16, Sinister Midget claimed:
    > On 2008-10-16, Erik Funkenbusch claimed:


    >> No, there is no way to reset iptables in this case. I've tried all the
    >> normal solutions and they don't work. I have to unload all rules and
    >> reload them, it's the only way i've been able to make it recover. This
    >> kills all net connections that are using those rules.

    >
    > What normal solutions don't work?
    >
    > What non-normal solutions have you tried? Where have you looked for
    > assistance and answers? What help did you seek?
    >
    > Are these net connections constant (as in, constant data passing back
    > and forth) or intermittent (such as in a web server, or people
    > accessing various portions at random points in time)?


    > What help did you seek? Where have you looked for assistance?


    > Explain "the solution" you've been using. "Unloading the rules" means
    > what exactly? "Reloading" the rules means what exactly? How are you
    > performing these two steps?


    The crickets are deafening.

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  2. Re: The oh so stable Linux

    On Fri, 17 Oct 2008 00:34:13 -0500, Sinister Midget wrote:


    >> Explain "the solution" you've been using. "Unloading the rules" means
    >> what exactly? "Reloading" the rules means what exactly? How are you
    >> performing these two steps?

    >
    > The crickets are deafening.


    As the Funkenbusch book of Linux knowledge is large.





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