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From: Andrea Borghi <andrea@z8...> - 2003-11-30 20:14:21
I already posted this, but i am in trouble here. Has anyone a clue?
---- Repost of earlier message ----
I have installed SM-1.4.2 in a solaris environment, based on 4 netra
machines that are load-balanced by a cisco balancer in a 6500 switch.
In short, while Squirrel works fine on one machine, with an acceptable speed,
i see a slowness in loading the message list (i.e. the standard frame after
login) when i use all the 4 nodes; waiting time of the orded of 1 or 2
all the nodes share an NFS volume for the session files so the sessions
should be migrating from one node to the other along with the http
connection by the load balancing switch.
in fact, i have *no* problems with the migration of the sessions, only this
SLOWNESS that i see when i go from one node to another.
from tracing i see that the slowness is only when i jump from one node to the
other, and when i am in the middle of the http/1.1 persistent connection i
get the usual speed.
i have investigated the more obvious DNS errors to no avail.
all the nodes in the apache config have a servername that squash the node
name to "webmail" and all the configuration of squirrell use the "webmail"
name that maps for the world to the load balancer virtual address and for
every node to itself via an /etc/hosts entry.
i have checked the session files and here i can see the base url as
http://webmail..... which is correct.
has anyone seen this behavior before?
I got this messages in log:
(spp_portscan2) Portscan detected from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx: 1 targets 21 ports
in 25 seconds
Priority: n/a Type: n/a
IP info: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:53 -> yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy:3404
References: none found SID: n/a
How I can disable this?
From: Jonathan Angliss <jon@sq...> - 2003-12-01 05:12:49
On Sunday, November 30, 2003, Dejan Trop [Krofek] wrote...
> I got this messages in log:
> (spp_portscan2) Portscan detected from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx: 1 targets 21 ports
> in 25 seconds
> Priority: n/a Type: n/a
> IP info: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:53 -> yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy:3404
> References: none found SID: n/a
> How I can disable this?
Are you sure you have the right list for this email? This is clearly
not a SquirrelMail issue.