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> checking that way.  NFS: it's owned by the person who made the
> filesystem request, obviously. Or you just ignore it and permit it to
> everyone. (We don't use NFS, so it's not an issue for us.) ACKs are
> handled in a different place in the TCP stack (or at least, they are
> in the BSD stack).

NFS is a good example of proxy entries though.

> you're looking at it from the standpoint of the system calls. You
> have a lot more information at that layer than you do if you're just
> looking at random IP datagrams.

Yes, but not every packet is a system call, and do you charge for
retransmissions, and acks or just call those "overhead". If you just want
to charge bytes written/read from the socket I agree with you its not
hard. I thought you meant per packet accounting,

Alan


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