On 06/04/06 07:00 -0400, Chuck wrote:
> On Friday 21 October 2005 12:23 pm, Chuck wrote:
> > On Friday 21 October 2005 12:12 pm, Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> > > On Fri, Oct 21, 2005 at 06:58:38AM -0400, Chuck wrote:
> > > > i forget.. was it ngnet that would support a few hundred ip addys in a
> > > > guest?
> > > >
> > > > i have a few big machines i cant move over until it can efficiently
> > > > support several hundred ip addys (minimum a /24) ... if ngnet is the
> > > > answer im gonna try to raise some funding from my boss .. no promises
> > > > as he does not let go easily.. :D
> > >
> > > hehe, well, ngnet will provide that indeed,
> > > but for a quick and dirty hack you can raise
> > > the limit from the current 16 to something
> > > higher, but you should be aware that the
> > > current implementation will slow down with
> > > every ip address you add ...
> does anyone have some facts about how slow this would get with 130 or 140 ip
> addys added to a current vserver? is it just measurable or is it visible?
> unfortunately this mail server is very busy so i am extremely hesitant to try
I am useing 256 per vserver guest.
About ~80 ips usually.
Have not seen any big differences in speed.
My pathched sources can be found:
deb http://matvey.org.ru/pub/debian stable main
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