speed tester for choosing a fast network server
This package provides a utility that can perform parallelized "ping"
tests on distant servers.
It can process a (possibly very long) list of servers, and choose the
fastest/closest one automatically.
netselect for Debian
running netselect without setuid root
You might want to run netselect without setuid root, via file capabilities on
Starting with linux >= 2.6.24 and using a filesystem supporting POSIX extended
attributes you can set cap_net_raw on netselect thanks to setcap shipped inside
This is netselect, an ultrafast intelligent parallelizing binary-search
implementation of "ping."
Now stop laughing and pay attention.
netselect determines several facts about all of the hosts given on the
command line, much faster you would if you manually tried to use ping and
traceroute. For example, if I type:
netselect -vv ftp.fceia.unr.edu.ar ftp.kulnet.kul
netselect (0.3-5) unstable; urgency=low
netselect-apt has been split from netselect and is now a separate package
-- Filippo Giunchedi <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fri, 23 Jan 2004 01:01:26 +0100
netselect - choo
netselect (0.3.ds1-14+squeeze1) stable; urgency=medium
* Backport fixes and documentation to Sque
This ChangeLog is kept automatically by CVS.
(apenwarr) Wed Aug 29 05:58:01 EDT 2001
This is the Debian GNU/Linux packaged version of netselect. It was written and
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