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    SubjectRe: 2.3.41 - tcp lo interface very slow
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    graham@barnowl.demon.co.uk (Graham Murray) writes:

    > On upgrading from 2.3.40 to 2.3.41, the speed of tcp on the loopback
    > interface has fallen dramatically. I noticed it particularly when
    > connecting to INN on the local system. netstat -to shows a large
    > (approx 45k) Send-Q almost continuously after data transfer has
    > started and data is only transferring at about 2 or Kbytes/sec.

    The reason is probably the new user context TCP receive code.

    What does netstat -s say after such a session?

    -Andi

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