*nix broke my trust AGAIN, simply doing something out of order, broke something.
It didn't warn me, or stop me, just went ahead, and broke other tools. So I'm back to the windows crowd.
I was looking at Server 2016, because I love the idea of ReFS with a Mirrored Storage Space; then the price hit me in the face.
No 'home, single user' edition.... rats.
So then I thought, "hey, I wonder what the limits are on windows 10?"
Seems the half open connection limit is GONE, which is nice.
However there is a 20 connection limit in relation to shares etc; and I'm having a hard time figuring out exactly how this will impact me...
I typically run an irc server, an sFTP server, sometimes a little intranet style site.... How will this limit affect me?
I'm having a hard time finding Microsofts documentation about how they "add up" those connections.
Does anyone know if its a TCPIP.sys\stack limit, like the half open connections were in Windows XP?
Or is it simply a "File and printer" services limit, so additional software (like IRC, FTP, etc) will go 'unnoticed' by the OS' limit? (only smb style shares will count)
How about total DLNA users accessing?
I'll keep researching, but if anyone knows where in the stack\what system file\how the OS 'counts users', that'd be much quicker.