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comment two PCI-E graphic cards how to
ok, first paragraph makes sense. The rest of your answer is out of scope I guess. Brb after some more fiddling.
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comment two PCI-E graphic cards how to
@DavidSchwartz yes, you are right, sorry for not mentioning
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comment two PCI-E graphic cards how to
@Ramhound by rebooting while in one of them and choosing to boot into the other one from bootloader menu
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OP question was about linux
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comment TCP number of connections differ from client to server
I see. I am afraid I can not test such setup. At least not momentarilly. Will keep that in mind though.
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comment TCP number of connections differ from client to server
network in between ... at least 100 Mbps link ? x >= y usually but I have seen it the other way around too. netstat is the tool that got me these odd results, yes. Should be a certain number of connections indeed.
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comment TCP number of connections differ from client to server
as described, the connections are all in the 'established' state. I can spot in 1 % of my readings 'time_wait' states (only on client side) but I guess that is the only normal part in this mess.
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comment TCP number of connections differ from client to server
interesting read. But how is it that they take so long (hours) to get in sync again (if it really happens, I am not really betting a cookie on this). And why do they never end up in the same place as started (x = 20) ? Perhaps there are some sys variables to be adjusting on linux for TCP timeouts ?