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SubjectRe: [lkml]2.2.19pre13: Are there network problem with a low-bandwidth link?
On Tue, 20 Feb 2001, Alan Cox wrote:

> Its normal tcp behaviour. Its something called the capture effect. You can
> mitigate it to an extent by using less buffers, but the buffer count in question
> is at the ISP end for a download, or by using smaller windows

Some dumb questions.

Does this explain why the kernel sees bad segments? Do you know what
changed between pre8 and pre10 so that I can undo it? Exactly which
windows should be smaller?


2001-02-21 14:04:40.621 UTC (JD 2451962.086581)
X = -8.608189699, Y = -28.428478747, Z = -6.278034413 (au)
X' = 0.003075244, Y' = -0.001008929, Z' = -0.001241413 (au/d)

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