Successful mitmproxy-3.7 setup tested on OS X 10.13.6 and iPhone X running 12.1.4
Enable IP forwarding and disable ICMP redirects to keep the iPad sending traffic to the proxy
sudo sysctl -w net.inet.ip.forwarding=1 sudo sysctl -w net.inet.ip.redirect=0
Enable IP forwarding between interfaces
Why do we change the cluster size when formatting USB drives for storing GameCube games?
For loading GC Games with USBLoaderGX via DiosMios/Nintendont, format your usb drive's primary partition as FAT32 with 32KB clusters (also known as blocks). This increases performance by reducing the NUMBER of transactions required to perform a read/write operation at the expense of the (very negligible) LENGTH of time to complete a transaction; since it's reading more data per transaction.
I'm not certain, since I can't find a GameCube disk specification, but I don't think the 32KB cluster size is an attempt to imitate the on-disk storage format of retail GameCube discs; which may or may not be 32KB. Retail Wii discs however, actually DO use 32KB clusters. As far as I can tell, 32KB is simply the highest density of bytes per cluster that is supported by FAT32 and of course, by extension, Wii homebrew storage libraries.
If you're concerned about storage efficiency
The current verison of NodeJS hardcodes the path where perf data is written when the
--perf-basic-prof flag is used.
/tmp has limited capacity and so we weren't able to utilize perf data to troubleshoot NodeJS without filling the disk and crashing the running system.
How to patch
First I'll copy the system node binary to my local directory so this set of actions isn't destructive to the running system:
Update BMC Firmware
As of this writing (2014-02-18), the latest firmware is 1.3. It can be updated from the webif. Use Safari, the credentials are admin/password. If you're trying to find it on your network, the OUI of the BMC NIC is
apt-get install openipmi ipmitool