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    Crtl + V:

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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

    public static void main(String[] yuhuuuu) throws StupidExceptions{
    }
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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

    ^v: Ring Ring Ring Ring Ring Ring Ring BANANAPHONE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lukjad007
    Backups are usually a good thing unless it's a sewer.

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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

    http://lxr.free-electrons.com/source...60/sta_ioctl.c

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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

    #!/usr/bin/perl

    ################################################## ####################################
    # scan_dns.pl version 0.8 7/14/09
    # Author: Warren Watts (kingbeetle_66(at)yahoo(dot)com

    # This program will analyze the relative speeds of each of the DNS servers
    # detected by dhcpcd (DHCP client daemon) through use of dig (a DNS lookup utility)
    # and display a sorted list of DNS servers from fastest to slowest.
    # This sorted list can then be used to tweak the /etc/resolv.conf file, providing
    # faster DNS lookups while browsing, etc.

    # I included three domains for dig to lookup. They are stored in @domain_list.
    # Feel free to add to the list or change the domain list to any domains you wish.
    # You can also pass edditional DNS servers to be tested to the script at the command line:
    # EXAMPLE: perl scan_dns.pl 192.168.1.234 70.82.32.232
    # Be aware that the more domains in the list, the longer the scan will take!

    # Copyright 2007,2009 Warren B. Watts
    # This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
    # it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
    # the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
    # (at your option) any later version.
    # This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
    # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
    # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
    # GNU General Public License for more details.
    ################################################## #####################################

    use strict;

    my (@DNS,$parm,$bad_format,$IP,$time,$domain,$dig,%ti me,$key);

    # Read the DNS list from /etc/resolv.conf and store the list in an array
    my $resolv = `cat /etc/resolv.conf`;
    while ($resolv =~ /nameserver (.*)\n/g) {push(@DNS,$1)}

    # Check for additional DNS servers to be tested that might have been entered at the command line
    # and add them to the array of servers to be tested
    if (@ARGV)
    {
    # if the DNS server address has a valid format, and all the octets are within range, add the DNS server
    # to the array of servers to be tested, otherwise display an error
    foreach $parm (@ARGV)
    {
    undef($bad_format);
    if ($parm =~ m/^(\d\d?\d?)\.(\d\d?\d?)\.(\d\d?\d?)\.(\d\d?\d?)/ )
    {
    if($1 <= 255 && $2 <= 255 && $3 <= 255 && $4 <= 255) {push(@DNS,$parm)}
    else {$bad_format = 1}
    }
    else {$bad_format = 1}

    if ($bad_format)
    {
    print "\n+---------------------------------- ERROR --------------------------------+\n";
    print("DNS server $parm is not in a valid format and will not be tested.\n");
    print "+---------------------------------- ERROR --------------------------------+\n";
    }
    }
    }

    #List the DNS servers to be tested
    print "\n+-------------------------------------------------------------------------+\n";
    print "The following DNS servers will be tested:\n";
    foreach $IP (@DNS) {print "$IP\t"}
    print "\n";

    # Store list of domains to be looked up by dig in an array
    my @domain_list = ('www.yahoo.com' ,'www.fasthit.net' ,'zz.nullwave.ru');

    # List the domains to be used by dig during the scan
    print "The following domains will be tested in this scan:\n";
    foreach $domain (@domain_list) {print "$domain\t"}
    print "\n";
    print "+-------------------------------------------------------------------------+\n";

    # Count number of domains stored in the array
    my $domain_count = @domain_list;
    # Go through the list of DNS servers and execute dig for each DNS server and each
    # domains in the domain list, extract the time taken and average the times together,
    # then store the DNS and averaged time in a hash.
    foreach $IP (@DNS)
    {
    print "Scanning $IP\n";
    $time = '';
    foreach $domain (@domain_list)
    {
    print "--> $domain\n";
    $dig = `dig \@$IP $domain`;
    if ($dig =~ /Query time: (.*) msec/)
    {
    $time = $time + $1;
    }
    }
    $time{$IP} = int(($time / $domain_count) +0.5);
    }
    print "+-------------------------------------------------------------------------+\n";

    # Display the results sorted by time in ascending order
    foreach my $key (sort hashValueAscendingNum (keys(%time)))
    {
    print "Average fetch time for $key : $time{$key} msec\n";
    }
    print "\n";
    # Subroutine to sort by time rather than by DNS address
    sub hashValueAscendingNum
    {
    $time{$a} <=> $time{$b}
    }
    LOL I was copying a perl script I wrote here about an hour ago.... I had totally forgotten that was in the cut buffer...
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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

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    Quote Originally Posted by lukjad007
    Backups are usually a good thing unless it's a sewer.

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    Question Re: Post your CTRL+V's

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