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Hello!

> My argument applies to 2.4. The uncork _won't_ push on the wire the last
> not mss-sized fragment until it's the last one in the write queue even once
> cwnd and receiver window allows that. I think

Look at the code again. You misread it.


> wouldn't be setting nonalge unconditionally to 1 in

You could guess that "1" in variable with name "nodelay" means nodelay. 8)

The checks for tcp_skb_is_last() have nothing to do with nagling.
Look into comments, they explain all the whys and whos.


> The manpage disagrees with you:

Do you jest?

This manpages is wrong, or, to be more exact, is incomplete,
which is common flaw of them.

get/set mean nothing but read-only/changing, i.e.
another important property missing in ioctl interface.

Andrea, how long do you use manpages when designing? 8)


> The BKL will be moved down in the next months

Excellent.

Alexey
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