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    When using ethernet bonding, does it divide the load between the
    two based on connection, or packet by packet? In other words, if
    a single TCP connection were established between the two
    machines, would it be twice as fast -using both cables for a
    single file transfer lets say, or is it like SMP where it just
    means you can have twice as many connections, and any given
    connection would go only through a single cable, but multiple
    traffic will be load balanced between both?

    Mike A. Harris - Linux advocate - Open source advocate
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    Views expressed are my own, not necessarily shared by my employer.

    #[Mike A. Harris bash tip #1 - separate history files per virtual console]
    # Put the following at the bottom of your ~/.bash_profile
    [ ! -d ~/.bash_histdir ] && mkdir ~/.bash_histdir
    tty |grep "^/dev/tty[0-9]" >& /dev/null && \
    export HISTFILE=~/.bash_histdir/.$(tty | sed -e 's/.*\///')

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