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Ipsysctl Tutorial

Ipsysctl Tutorial

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The tcp_abort_on_overflow variable tells the kernel to reset new connections if the system is
currently overflowed with new connection attempts that the daemon(s) can not handle. What
this means, is that if the system is overflowed with 1000 large requests in a burst, connections
may be reset since we can not handle them if this variable is turned on. If it is not set, the
system will try to recover and handle all requests.

This variable takes an boolean value (ie, 1 or 0) and is per default set to 0 or FALSE. Avoid
enabling this option except as a last resort since it most definitely harm your clients. Before
considering using this variable you should try to tune up your daemons to accept connections
faster.

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