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    SubjectRe: 1000ms delay in networking stack or driver, new bug?
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    Hello!

    > > wire and on local host with "tcpdump -i eth0 -n -v -s 256 -x icmp",
    ...
    > 23:06:16.877780 195.108.17.65 > 195.108.17.21: icmp: echo request
    > 23:06:17.007769 195.108.17.21 > 195.108.17.65: icmp: echo reply

    I wrote "-s 256 -x" not occasionally. I wanted information on real time
    offsets, contained in ping packets. Please, repeat this, if it is not
    difficult.

    Alexey

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