On Sun, 30 Sep 2001, Kenneth Johansson wrote:
> Ingo Molnar wrote:
> > sorry :-) definitions of netconsole-terms:
> > 'server': the host that is the source of the messages. Ie. the box that
> > runs the netconsole.o module. It serves log messages to the
> > client.
> > 'client': the host that receives the messages. This box is running the
> > netconsole-client.c program.
> Servers is usually the thing waiting for something to be sent to it,
> the client is the sending part(initiator). this works for web servers
> , X servers, log servers but strangley not for netconsole where
> everything is backwards.
Owww crap. The majority of web traffic is _from_ the
server _to_ the client. Same for ftp, realaudio, etc...
In fact, usually the server is the _remote_ machine and
the client is the _local_ machine. Anybody who believes
in having the client remote and the server local should
be shipped off to whereever the server is ;)
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