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The program includes a survey of the 1,000,000 closest stars to Earth. It scans the center of our galaxy and the entire galactic plane. Beyond the Milky Way, it listens for messages from the 100 closest galaxies to ours.


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The Listen directive instructs Apache httpd to listen to only specific IP addresses or ports; by default it responds to requests on all IP interfaces. Listen is now a required directive. If it is not in the config file, the server will fail to start. This is a change from previous versions of Apache httpd.

The Listen directive tells the server to accept incoming requests on the specified port or address-and-port combination. If only a port number is specified, the server listens to the given port on all interfaces. If an IP address is given as well as a port, the server will listen on the given port and interface.

The maximum length of the queue of pending connections. Generally no tuning is needed or desired; however on some systems, it is desirable to increase this when under a TCP SYN flood attack. See the backlog parameter to the listen(2) system call.

A ratio between the number of (online) CPU cores and the number of listeners' buckets can be used to make Apache HTTP Server create num_cpu_cores / ratio listening buckets, each containing its own Listen-ing socket(s) on the same port(s), and then make each child handle a single bucket (with round-robin distribution of the buckets at children creation time).

Setting the SO_REUSEPORT option on the listening socket(s) consequently allows multiple processes (sharing the same EUID, e.g. root) to bind to the the same IP address and port, without the binding error raised by the system in the usual case.

The backlog argument provides a hint to the implementation which the implementation shall use to limit the number ofoutstanding connections in the socket's listen queue. Implementations may impose a limit on backlog and silently reduce thespecified value. Normally, a larger backlog argument value shall result in a larger or equal length of the listen queue.Implementations shall support values of backlog up to SOMAXCONN, defined in .

The implementation may have an upper limit on the length of the listen queue-either global or per accepting socket. Ifbacklog exceeds this limit, the length of the listen queue is set to the limit.

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I have been living with anxiety disorders for many years now and I \nfound that the best release from my internal struggles was to write \nabout it. It felt so great to get down on paper what was going on in my \nhead. I felt like they were my best pieces because they were personal, \ncreative and from the heart. I came up with Listen, Lucy because I wanted \nto create an outlet where people can express themselves, creatively. We \nare all dealing with different issues whether it be depression, anxiety,\n illness or just daily struggles. I wanted to create a community where \npeople could tell their stories in whatever way they feel most \ncomfortable. Writing, art, videos, pictures, poems or any other way of \ntelling your story is happily accepted. (Please send to These issues tend to make people feel isolated, \nalone. I want to change that. Let\u2019s create a community where we all \nunderstand each other and connect when a lot of people don\u2019t have \nsomeone to lean on. You can express it in whatever way you feel, please \njust start your story off with \u201CListen, Lucy.\u201D 041b061a72


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