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James Brown

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Also note that in wait mode, each OpenVPN tunnel requires a separate TCP/UDP port and a separate inetd or xinetd entry. See the OpenVPN 1.x HOWTO for an example on using OpenVPN with xinetd: -resources/1xhowto/--log fileOutput logging messages to file, including output to stdout/stderr which is generated by called scripts. If file already exists it will be truncated. This option takes effect immediately when it is parsed in the command line and will supercede syslog output if --daemon or --inetd is also specified. This option is persistent over the entire course of an OpenVPN instantiation and will not be reset by SIGHUP, SIGUSR1, or --ping-restart.Note that on Windows, when OpenVPN is started as a service, logging occurs by default without the need to specify this option.--log-append fileAppend logging messages to file. If file does not exist, it will be created. This option behaves exactly like --log except that it appends to rather than truncating the log file.--suppress-timestampsAvoid writing timestamps to log messages, even when they otherwise would be prepended. In particular, this applies to log messages sent to stdout.--writepid fileWrite OpenVPN's main process ID to file.--nice nChange process priority after initialization ( n greater than 0 is lower priority, n less than zero is higher priority).--fast-io(Experimental) Optimize TUN/TAP/UDP I/O writes by avoiding a call to poll/epoll/select prior to the write operation. The purpose of such a call would normally be to block until the device or socket is ready to accept the write. Such blocking is unnecessary on some platforms which don't support write blocking on UDP sockets or TUN/TAP devices. In such cases, one can optimize the event loop by avoiding the poll/epoll/select call, improving CPU efficiency by 5% to 10%.This option can only be used on non-Windows systems, when --proto udp is specified, and when --shaper is NOT specified.--multihomeConfigure a multi-homed UDP server. This option needs to be used when a server has more than one IP address (e.g. multiple interfaces, or secondary IP addresses), and is not using --local to force binding to one specific address only. This option will add some extra lookups to the packet path to ensure that the UDP reply packets are always sent from the address that the client is talking to. This is not supported on all platforms, and it adds more processing, so it's not enabled by default.Note: this option is only relevant for UDP servers.




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