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    SubjectRe: e1000 performance hack for ppc64 (Power4)
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       From: Lincoln Dale <ltd@cisco.com>
    Date: Sat, 14 Jun 2003 15:52:35 +1000

    can we have the TCP retransmit side take a performance hit if it needs to
    realign buffers?

    You don't understand, the person who mangles the packet
    must make the copy, not the person not doing the packet
    modifications.

    for a "high performance app" requiring gigabit-type speeds,

    ...we probably won't be using ppc64 and e1000 cards, yes, I agree
    :-)

    Anton, go to the local computer store and pick up some tg3
    cards or a bunch of Taiwan specials :-)
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