“Sphinx is an open source full text search server, designed from the ground up with performance, relevance (aka search quality), and integration simplicity in mind. It’s written in C++ and works on Linux (RedHat, Ubuntu, etc), Windows, MacOS, Solaris, FreeBSD, and a few other systems.
Sphinx lets you either batch index and search data stored in an SQL database, NoSQL storage, or just files quickly and easily — or index and search data on the fly, working with Sphinx pretty much as with a database server.”
Le projet #Tatoeba était aussi passé à #Sphinx (▻http://blog.tatoeba.org/2010/04/switching-from-lucene-to-sphinx.html) indiquant que la vitesse d’indexation était plus rapide :
«Now everything is soooo fast, it’s awesome. Besides, indexing with Sphinx only takes 30-60 seconds (compared to 15-20 minutes with our 3 year-old Lucene code). So we can afford to index much more often.»
SCADA Systems Are Online Now
toujours rassurant de savoir qu’une machine aussi complexe qu’un Boeing est munie d’une passoire en guise de logiciel de contrôle d’accès…
For those who do not know, [#Boeing] #747 ’s are big flying #Unix hosts. At the time, the engine management system on this particular airline was Solaris based. The patching was well behind and they used telnet as #SSH broke the menus and the budget did not extend to fixing this. The engineers could actually access the engine management system of a 747 in route. If issues are noted, they can re-tune the engine in air.
The issue here is that all that separated the engine control systems and the open network was NAT based filters. There were (and as far as I know this is true today), no extrusion controls. They filter incoming traffic, but all outgoing traffic is allowed. For those who engage in Pen Testing and know what a shoveled shell is... I need not say more.
So, Scot... FACT CHECK, #SCADA systems ARE ONLINE!