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SubjectRe: ECN: Volunteers needed
I simply crontab an ECN off period for five minutes every hour and flush 
the mail queue.

David.

Holger Lubitz wrote:

>"H. Peter Anvin" wrote:
>
>>I suspect that the main way to get this thing fixed is to make sure
>>ECN is enabled on the server side; for example, we have turned on ECN
>>on kernel.org. If a user is using a broken software stack, it's their
>>loss, not ours.
>>
>
>This is what we do here, too. The only exceptions: Our mail server
>(needs to deliver mail, even to broken sites) and our web proxy server
>(also needs to connect to broken sites sometimes). Everything else is
>ECN enabled. And this is the approach I'd suggest to anybody running 2.4
>servers.
>


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