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I have a use case for needing to perform equal cost multipath routing over a large (>50) number of default routes because reasons. Although ECMP is commonly found on various virtual routers such as Cisco's CSR 1000v, it is often limited to a small number of default routes such as 8 for the CSR which would make them inappropriate. I was wondering if anyone knew what the limits of ECMP for Linux are? submitted by /u/jeuface [link] [comments]

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Alright, so I am using psensor (a temperature/ system monitor) for the first time, and it seems to have a cool feature where a script can be executed when a certain value is met (temperature/ fan rpm, etc). I have a python script that will send me an email when executed, however I am having a hard time getting it to run via psensor. Has anyone used this program before, and know what types of scripts are allowed? If I want to execute a Python script, do I simply enter the filepath of where my script lives? Image of psensor GUI submitted by /u/innovert [link] [comments]

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cat >> $HOME/.bashrc LinuxVoice_Magazine_Downloader () { mkdir -p $HOME/LinuxVoice; cd $HOME/LinuxVoice/; for i in {001..050}; do wget --read-timeout=5 --tries=0 -c https://www.linuxvoice.com/issues/$i/Linux-Voice-Issue-$i.pdf; done; cd; } MagPi_Magazine_Downloader () { mkdir -p $HOME/MagPi; cd $HOME/MagPi/; wget -c -r -A.pdf -np -nd -l1 -erobots=off https://www.raspberrypi.org/magpi-issues; cd; } CTRL+D source $HOME/.bashrc LinuxVoice_Magazine_Downloader MagPi_Magazine_Downloader submitted by /u/kevy_vinu [link] [comments]

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