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Quick techie question: I'd like to enforce rate limiting to a total of 26K/s outbound on sftp connections. Is that supported by the daemon (a chroot-patched version running on 10.3.9), or would I be better off implementing that (how?) under Apache?

(There's no specific reason Ocelot's still running Panther rather than Tiger - basically just haven't had any need to change it, given Ocelot's only a secondary system now)
 
 
 
 
 
 

I don't think you can really do that with sftp or apache, though there is a mod for apache 1.3 (not 2.x) that lets you limit bandwidth. Other tools I've found can limit bandwidth for any process on your system. A search brought up this tool.