> Well in reality the db will at most hold a few records maybe
> two dozen in most case secenarios. However I remember not so
> long ago building a bridged firewall using IP tables and a
> custom kernel Now the management of this was initially done
> using a shell script, then I moved to fwbuilder
> (www.fwbuilder.org) but even then it was a SOAB to manage.
> And then I had to worry about failover.. Aghhhh. Now I am not
> suggesting that this app do this level of stuff from day
> one, but again it woul dbe nice if the project is popular
> enough that we can look into these other advanced areas in
> the future. But thats way off.
>I can't see even a complex firewall using more than hundreds of rules, maybe
thousands in an extreme case. Again, in RDBMS terms, this is miniscule.
> Now onwards. COunt me in for the meeting, Adam I am sure we
> can manage to get Joe if you really want him. Yes a girl did
> come to it the last time, I do believe Adam you did take a
> wee bit of a shine to her, did you not But just wondering
> aloud but are there any women involved in CLUG?
>God no, she wouldn't be my type at all. There used to be a couple that came
to CLUG meets, but always as someone's girlfriend. Not a whole lot of female
Linuc heads out there I guess. Prolly a few lurkers though.
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