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SubjectRe: Linux TCP impotency
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> causes the earlier started one to survive and the later to starve. Running bcp
> instead of the second (which uses UDP) at 11000 bytes per second caused the
> utilization in both directions to go up nearly to 100%.
>
> Is this a normal TCP stack behaviour?

Yes. TCP is not fair. Look up 'capture effect' if you want to know more.
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