Ох, сколько времени я пытался осмыслить эту вселенскую несправедливость:
"The special area of "Etc" is used for some administrative zones, particularly for "Etc/UTC" which represents Coordinated Universal Time. In order to conform with the POSIX style, those zone names beginning with "Etc/GMT" have their sign reversed from what most people expect. In this style, zones west of GMT have a positive sign and those east have a negative sign in their name (e.g "Etc/GMT-14" is 14 hours ahead/east of GMT.)"
Из какой-то презентации циско на тему NAT64 в ASR:
" - Today internet has almost 415554 IPV4 prefix which is already challenge to maintain in BGP table, how will IPV6 help in this direction, will IPV6 worse the situation ?
That is rough.
LISP helps some, but honestly, it going to get much worse "
"After an analysis we conclude that the checksum will fail to detect errors for roughly 1 in 16 million to 10 billion packets." http://www.ir.bbn.com/documents/articles/crc-sigcomm00.pdf
"In sending approximately 10 TB of "random" datasets, we observed 8847668 UDP checksum errors and 121 corruptions of the data due to mis-associated fragments."
Most people don't even know what sysadmins do, but trust me, if they all took a lunch break at the same time they wouldn't make it to the deli before you ran out of bullets protecting your canned goods from roving bands of mutants.
Это здорово, когда ты обладаешь фундаментальными знаниями и способен генерировать "рецепты".
"You may curse the CLI, but if you used it prior to 9.21, you probably thank us for adding the functionality that exists today."
Среднесуточное потребление трафика разных типов в мегабайтах