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Divide and Conquer with Savvius Forensics Technology

When you do a long-term packet capture, the system saves the packets into multiple files. This is necessary because a single file can only be so big and still be manageable. The size of a file is usually configurable, but common file sizes range from 512MB to 4G. 4G files may result in better capture-to-disk performance, because the mechanics of closing one file and opening another happen less often. However, 4G files are not easy to move around, and take longer to open. Some products won’t even open a file that big. This is why Savvius recommends using 512MB files. But whether the files are bigger or smaller, a continuous capture over a long period of time is ...

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Network Troubleshooting When Minutes Count!

During events like March Madness, the performance of your applications, and the network they are running on, will be put to the test. When there are issues, you need to be aware of them and troubleshoot quickly. In these critical moments, it’s necessary to have immediate insight into the problems.