On 2020-06-14 13:58, Kevin Chadwick wrote:
> set reassemble yes no-df
> match scrub (random-id max-mss 1389)
> Should I drop the no-df from set reassemble? Any other recommendations
To be clear. Previously, with scrub (no-df... the set reassemble line was
We are basing the server part of our products on OpenBSD.
We care more about reducing support issues than say performance.
We will have batteries but I hope to deploy some kind of root partition
redundancy, for upgrades.
However, Is sync or softdep a better default for the best chance of
In Linux, the kernel can force flushing the disk cache (which also can be
disabled ) via fsync() call . That feature is called 'write barrier'. As
I'm not a developer, I never read that portion of the source of openBSD , so I
got no idea if similar logic can be used in openBSD.
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