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SubjectRe: Really slow netstat and /proc/net/tcp in 2.4
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Hello!

> If it involves changing the TCP stack locking stuff

No. It even does not touch the kernel except for exporting 4 new
not exported symbols.

> and testing load on the server. Is there an easier way to accomplish
> this than parsing /proc/net/tcp? We could attempt to bind to the ports
> we want to check, but that would race with daemons trying to start up.

To syn-flood with single syn using packet socket.

Alexey

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