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SubjectRe: want opinions on possible glitch in 2.4 network error reporting
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> > UDP is not flow controlled.
>
> No, of course not, but this has *nothing* to do with UDP. The IP socket
> itself is flow controlled, and so is the TX queue of the network driver.

It is not flow controlled

> Let me give you another example: ping -f. If what you said were true, ping -f
> would send packets as fast as the CPU can generate into the black hole
> called an IP raw socket, right? Well, that just doesn't happen, because

Wrong. man ping. ping -f doesn't do what you apparently think it does.

Alan
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