I don't monitor my traffic, but I don't think I have a really heavy readership. Every now and then I have a minor hit, but for the most part we're pretty hardcore systems administration around here. It takes a very special kind of geek to follow exploits such as Tiger Lab Migration, Three Platforms, One Server or External Network Unification.
But all of a sudden I started getting comments on an old article from just over a year ago. Seems the Mac OS X 10.5.2 update causes a similar problem to one in the 10.4.9 update — network slowdowns due to bad delayed ack values, or some such — and MacFixit has linked to the old post. Neato! I feel popular!
Anyway... Hi, MacFixit folks!