[RC5] Ensuring the client is running...
Veenstraa at paperfoam.com
Tue Oct 9 10:41:12 EDT 2001
A hackers solution whould be to install a sniffer on some machine on the
netwerk that checks if any fech and flush traffic is passing by. On a switch
network you should do it on the gateway. This does mean that machine is
loosing CPU cycles on filtering your network traffic wich could be used voor
dnet, but it would be a fancy solution ;-)
When could also setup a (http/sock proxy) that is only used for your dnet
clients or use the dnet proxy an check if every client is generating
traffic. A http proxy that only has to work for dnet wouldn't be to hard to
The other way is to create some way of access to the buffer files of each
client and see if they are changed...
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> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: Carl Inglis [mailto:uther at yoshiwara.demon.co.uk]
> Verzonden: vrijdag 5 oktober 2001 21:38
> Aan: rc5 at lists.distributed.net
> Onderwerp: [RC5] Ensuring the client is running...
> Is there any way to (from a remote machine) ensure that the client
> is still running? Let us (for the sake of discussion) assume that
> Telnet or SSH or any other login method is not available.
> I'm looking to automate my "client is down" reporting since one of
> my machines seems to be shutting the client down for no apparent
> reason. If I can get a "it died" message, then I can start looking at
> logs and trying to work out what happened.
> Any advice would be welcome!
> Carl C. Inglis - uther at yoshiwara.demon.co.uk
> "..as to who I am now, if you're prompted to ask: I'm the ghost of my
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