To To In the first month, the operation was in good condition, 60 chickens were opened, the average CPU load of the hen was continuously lower than 5%, the network usage was less than 100K/s, and the resource usage rate was extremely low In the second month, due to the long boot delay time, 20% of users have never used it so far, the average load of the hen CPU continues to be below 3%, and the network usage is below 30K/s But in the second month, I don’t know which big guy started tossing up. The cpu and network usage have not changed, but the network crashes frequently and the user is at a loss (basically all monthly users, the network crashes frequently this month) Two MJJs were mistakenly sealed during the process. Yesterday, 6 Win7 systems were simultaneously hacked into trouble. Although I have 3 years of experience, this kind of thing is very difficult to deal with. I don't know what happened. There is no network traffic and no CPU usage, but it can make the network crash. I plan to learn more about virtualization to find a solution.
Netizens reply: To To Quote: tir published on 2020-7-1900:50 If there is no network traffic, the network will crash? How could you be kidding me?
Netizen Reply: To To This post was last edited by chenyunzhui at 2020-7-1901:01 Quote: Little lazy pig published on 2020-7-1900:52 See if there is a machine broadcasting packets or broadcasting I am a router
Netizens reply: To To First check if any machine is DD into ikuai or ros
Netizen reply: To To Quote: chenyunzhui published on 2020-7-1900:57 At present, it can only be determined that it is a special data packet. The data packet is extremely small and the sending frequency is extremely high. It can directly cause the router to crash because of the cpu overload...
Netizens reply: To To This post was last edited by chenyunzhui at 2020-7-1901:26 Quote: tir published on 2020-7-1901:07 It is recommended that you check the router log to see who sent it, and then turn on a machine to monitor the data packets of the internal network and it will be simple...
Netizen reply: To To Quote: chenyunzhui published on 2020-7-1901:11 The current processing method is to find out the package issuing machine, the title, and the false seal rate is very high (a total of two are sealed, one with a locomotive, and one has been sealed for a few days...
Netizen Reply : To To Quote: fule published on 2020-7-1908:51 Is it said that it is linked to the flow treasure?
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Netizens reply: To To Quote: Clever published on 2020-7-1908:08 Directly install a route and directly restrict death
Netizen reply: To To Quote: chenyunzhui published on 2020-7-1916:25 It is restricted, but the package sent is quite special, and the restriction does not work at all
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Netizens reply: To To Quote: jdunion published on 2020-7-1916:49 It's better not to vote. A friend from Hubei said early on that a business with a gross profit of less than 50% could not invest in Baidu...
Netizen reply: To To This is probably the problem with the data packets sent out. Look at the CPU usage of the router. There is nothing wrong with the hen, I can only find it in the superior routing
Netizen reply: To To Quote: hanweizhe published on 2020-7-2100:05 What software does the landlord use to open the little chicken
Netizens reply: To To Quote: chenyunzhui published on 2020-7-2101:18 Yungu’s system has been used for more than three years and is very stable