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SubjectRe: TCP_NOPUSH on FreeBSD, TCP_CORK on Linux (was: Is sendfile all that
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In article <20010208035803.L74296@hand.dotat.at>,
Tony Finch <dot@dotat.at> wrote:
>Dan Kegel <dank@alumni.caltech.edu> wrote:
>>
>>Tony, are people using the TCP_NOPUSH define as a way to detect
>>the presence of T/TCP support?
>
>No, MSG_EOF is the right way to do that.

However, I think ank is at least partially correct: TCP_NOPUSH has some
magic behaviour for sockets in listen state, and turns on at least some
T/TCP semantics, if I remember correctly. Tony?

If I remember correctly, may I suggest something: make a new BSD option
called (ehh, just random name ;) TCP_CORK, and make the old BSD
TCP_NOPUSH option be a superset of TCP_CORK that also turns on T/TCP on
listen sockets.

Linux TCP_CORK doesn't have anything to do with T/TCP (not surprisingly,
as T/TCP is considered a broken protocol in Linux and other circles).

And Linux TCP_CORK _is_ used on listen sockets: it makes sockets that
are accepted from the listen socket have the corking semantics. In
contrast, BSD TCP_NOPUSH, I think, has this overloading issue..

Linus
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