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hide your ass, buddy.
Run this within a steady screen session.
You can get the approximate time when the remote server went down or other abnormal behavior.
rm /SOME/PATH/*, when you hit "argument list too long".
Say I have configured a fully optimized squid server A listen on [xxxx:xxxx::xxxx]:3128, within ISP_foo.
But when I was with ISP_bar , I can not access the proxy with full speed due to ISP's limit upon the normal clients among different ISP.
If you are curious where the ridiculous ISPs are, I'll tell you the truth --that's CHINA.
However, servers' network connection is not enslaved to that limitation, especially with IPv6.
So, I can do this socat linefu on a server B of ISP_bar.
me >> B(ISP_bar)>> A(ISP_foo)