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« Reply #100 on: 16 November, 2005, 14:59:40 »
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Current stats:
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Version: PtokaX DC Hub 0.3.3.21 [debug] built on Aug  1 2005 04:03:42
Uptime: 15 days, 9 hours, 38 minutes
Users (Max/Actual Peak (Max Peak)/Logged) : 800 / 137 (284) / 66
Chat messages: 9593 x
Unknown commands: 13 x
PM commands: 7525 x
Key commands: 4749330 x
Supports commands: 4782496 x
MyINFO commands: 4654785 x
ValidateNick commands: 4328840 x
GetINFO commands: 7867 x
Password commands: 2626 x
Version commands: 4139007 x
UserIP commands: 5364 x
GetNickList commands: 3675631 x
Search commands: 295713 x
SR commands: 146342 x
CTM commands: 954874 x
RevCTM commands: 396613 x
BotINFO commands: 92 x
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CPU usage (60 sec avg): 0.08%
CPU time: 0:29:57
Mem usage (Old style): 2199 kB
Mem usage (Peak): 7.98 MB (13.67 MB)
VM size (Peak): 8.04 MB (13.76 MB)
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SendRests (Peak): 0 (3)
RecvRests (Peak): 0 (4)
Data sent: 3.88 GB
Data received: 1.23 GB
Tx (60 sec avg): 517 B/s (2.09 kB/s)
Rx (60 sec avg): 368 B/s (466 B/s)

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« Reply #101 on: 16 November, 2005, 18:26:47 »
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Is it possible to change settings for these timeouts
No, lower timeout cause disconnecting of slow users.
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otherwise close any "hanging" socket ?
Here is no way to detect this sockets...
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