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Old 2004-04-15, 09:23   Link #1
palen12
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cmd line used for scarywater?

Hi,
I was just wondering what command line was used for scarywaters tracker??
is it anymore than

Code:
bttrack.py --port 443 --dfile filename
Also what do they use to make them nice graphs and to keep all the stats flowing? thats real nice. Also (last question) is that scarywaters own template for the listing on all groups torrent listsings on scarywater? (the blue pages with their name on top and torrents listed below)

Thank you
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Old 2004-04-15, 16:09   Link #2
DeHackEd
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There's a lot more to it.

--allowed_dir ensures that only a specified list of torrents are used.

Also, the graphs are made by taking the logs and processing them through his own anylizer script, which generates the graphs.

I'm sure there's more, but that's the gist of it.
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Old 2004-04-16, 07:20   Link #3
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Afaik, scarywater is still running on 6969 internally, but mxs is using iptables to "forward"
port 443 to that port. This has to do with the fact that only applications running as root can
bind to ports less than 1024, and to run anything that doesn't really need to run as root
is a security issue.
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Old 2004-04-16, 22:45   Link #4
palen12
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Quote:
Originally Posted by GHDpro
Afaik, scarywater is still running on 6969 internally, but mxs is using iptables to "forward"
port 443 to that port. This has to do with the fact that only applications running as root can
bind to ports less than 1024, and to run anything that doesn't really need to run as root
is a security issue.

Ahh forgot about that (i should know i use linux and unix daily) is there any other options that MXS is useing though? i notice you have a huge load. and was wondering how you manged to make the server fair such a load.
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