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SubjectRe: Network speed Linux-2.6.10
On Wed, 02 Mar 2005 01:02:50 +0000, Baruch Even wrote:
> > Might this be related to the broken BicTCP implementations in the 2.6.6+
> > kernels? A fix was added around 2.6.11-rc3 or 4.
>
> Unlikely, the problem with BIC would have shown itself only at high
> speeds over long latency links, not over a lan connection.

I only mentioned the possibility because I saw the same profile given by
the PDF (the link was mentioned in the patch) while downloading gnoppix
via my cable modem. The oscillations of speed varied from 40K to 500+K.
The average ended up around 270K. (I was using wget for the download).

-Paul

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