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    SubjectRe: patch for common networking error messages
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       From: Janice M Girouard <janiceg@us.ibm.com>
    Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2003 14:46:56 -0500

    I could see the buffers backing up for 10/100 cards. So that case
    favors your point. I'm still thinking that it's a sign someone should
    be buying a 2nd card and ramping up their network capability. But I can
    see your point.

    And when we have 1GHZ memory busses and 10GHz cpus tomorrow,
    what does this say for 1gbit and 10gbit cards?

    You want to define a machine as having too much "work" or not, yet you
    only want to consider one metric to do so. Such schemes are
    fundamentally flawed.
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