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csstudy 10-08-2004 02:18 AM

messages suppressed?
 
here is some of my redhat server's log
Oct 8 11:50:06 kernel: NET: 72203 messages suppressed.
Oct 8 11:50:11 kernel: NET: 73431 messages suppressed.
Oct 8 11:50:16 kernel: NET: 73538 messages suppressed.
Oct 8 11:50:21 kernel: NET: 64800 messages suppressed.
Oct 8 11:50:26 kernel: NET: 73611 messages suppressed.
Oct 8 11:50:31 kernel: NET: 73364 messages suppressed.
Oct 8 11:50:36 kernel: NET: 73672 messages suppressed.
Oct 8 11:50:41 kernel: NET: 73325 messages suppressed.
Oct 8 11:50:46 kernel: NET: 73241 messages suppressed.

that time,my server is very slow,I think it is under SYN(for port80)attact,
how can i do?

unSpawn 10-10-2004 08:56 AM

here is some of my redhat server's log
Please post the line immediately before these ones.


that time,my server is very slow,I think it is under SYN(for port80)attact, how can i do?
First of all don't think but make sure. With the above you should get some leads on what it actually is.

If you're sure it's a bombardment of requests, make sure SYN cookies are enabled in the kernel, your server has a max requests that's appropriate for your system and use the firewall to rate-limit requests. All of this will not stop a D0S tho, so if this is a (remote) (production) server you (rely on, you) may wish to consult your hosting company or department for additional measures like firewalling or dropping traffic at the router. If it's an attack, file a complaint and let them do the tracebacks and handle contacting upstream providers.


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