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    SubjectRe: Linux TCP Fixing everyones problems? WAS(Re: TCP push sometimes missing under 2.2.5?
    On Tue, 13 Apr 1999, jamal wrote:

    >somewhere like linuxmama.com? Why in hell should i be
    >running a few extra opcodes per TCP packet (in the fast path of all

    Because you can't notice it. And you are not running some extra opcode per
    TCP packet but only per retransmitted TCP packet. At least the solaris
    workaround is in a slow path (packet retransmit code) and it can't really
    harm performances. About the enlarging of the kernel of some byte (not
    kbyte), well if you care about it you should first care about everything
    else ;).

    Andrea Arcangeli


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