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SubjectRe: Again: EQL - someone's use this thing yet?
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Hello!

> > AFAIK EQL is dead and you should use the teql queue instead.
>
> teql isnt useful on low bandwidth links where you really want to do per
> packet routing with queue length based balancers

No, Alan, teql is mathematically _perfect_ per-packet balancer
for any kind of links from the slowest ppp links to ethernet bonding.

Seems, you meaned multipath. teql is another beast and it is
exactly, which is reauired in this case. Usage is trivial
and described in two lines in net/sched/sch_teql.c

Alexey

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