Networking :: PING - Pipe 2 Versus Pipe 3

Apr 10, 2009

I'm doing ping between 2 RH servers through a VPN site2site tunnel and in some times I got in the result pipe 2 and another pipe 3 as I mark it in blue color below.


64 bytes from icmp_seq=0 ttl=128 time=0.229 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=1 ttl=128 time=0.287 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=2 ttl=128 time=0.278 ms


What's the difference between pipe 2 and pipe 3 and what's the meaning of it?

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Mar 2, 2011

I've written a simple server in linux used fork to create a FIFO pipe.The server create two FIFO pipe.One for server read data from client and write data to client.Then another pipe for client read data from server and write data to server.When the server read data from a client used server-pipe and then write data to client.But ,if the client no read open the pipe,the server side write will be crashed because of a broken-pipe SIGPIPE. How to check whether the read side is opened?Or,how to catch the SIGPIPE,and then my server will still execute on,not crashed!!

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Feb 9, 2010

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If I then try to immediately ssh back in I get: "Write failed: Broken pipe". If I try to immediately ping the machine instead, I cannot ping it until the ~10th try. Eventually I can log back in again, only to be kicked off after between 5 and 60 seconds. I called the network people and their are no known issue right now with networking. The networking on the ubuntu machine is otherwise fine, it seems. In the /var/log/auth.log file, it simple says:

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May 9, 2010

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Jan 14, 2010

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Apr 13, 2010

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Now I hope use execl function to execute above operations,

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but ffmpeg doesn't work, it seems that "|" pipe don't work.

how could I solve this?

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I'd like to send the output of "myprogram" to both console and to a log file using the "tee" command but I also want to store the PID of "myprogam". Something like this:

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Feb 11, 2010

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I was thinking of adding a function to our profile to handle this. Just in testing I was trying to stream line right on the command line, but I'm having some difficulty in getting the name of the script that is pushing data over the pipe. Here is what I've tried


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Aug 21, 2010

I don't quite understand how pipes work in bash. I know that it takes an output from one command as the input in another command. What an output is I can get because it's what the command prints out to the screen. But how do I know what input a command will take? Here is an example I thought would work:

Which gem | rm
Unfortunately it didn't.
Which gem prints out "/usr/bin/gem" so that must be the output right? I thought that was given to rm so it would be "rm /usr/bin/gem" but I was wrong. How do I know what input a command takes?

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I want to have the output of a program go to 2 different files but not going to standard out. Is there a way to do this in bash? I know that in Z shell its really easy. omething like: Code: echo "test" >> file1 >> file2 Would work. But in Bash it doesn't seem that easy. I know that tee will send the output to 2 files but it also sends it to STDOUT.Something like:Code: echo "test" | tee -a file1 file2 Would put the word "test" in file1, file2, and STDOUT. Is there a way to just send the output to file1 and file2?

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Jul 25, 2010

Two processes are communicating through a pipe: A | B. A is writing data faster than B is reading it in. Is there any way to have A limit its writing rate to match B's reading rate?

AFAIK the pipe will get full, and will make A's writing block, waiting for B to read in more data. But is there a way to limit A's writing rate before the pipe fills up? (In a way it's like having a pipe with a really small capacity, but as far as I know pipe capacity is a constant compiled into the kernel.)



Right now the command is printing out the following in 1-second intervals:

But with flow control it should print out (again in 1-second intervals):

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