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    SubjectRe: R: Kernel bug handling TCP_RTO_MAX?
    On Sat, 14 Dec 2002, Andrew McGregor wrote:

    > You're going to make lots of IETFer's really annoyed by suggesting that :-)

    I hope not. That was the reason for allowing it to be tuned and for having
    a default value equal to the existing one.

    > In a closed network, why not have SOCK_STREAM map to something faster than
    > TCP anyway?

    Sure, just give me a protocol that:
    - is reliable
    - has low latency
    - comes with the standard kernel
    and I'll just use it. But you always get only 2 out ot 3...

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    Bogdan Costescu

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