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SubjectRe: Early SPECWeb99 results on 2.5.33 with TSO on e1000
Quoting Troy Wilson <tcw@tempest.prismnet.com>:

> > Do you have any stats from the hardware that could show
> > retransmits etc;
>
> I'll gather netstat -s after runs with and without TSO enabled.
> Anything else you'd like to see?

Troy, this is pointing out the obvious, but make sure
you have the before stats as well :)...

> > have you tested this with zero copy as well (sendfile)
>
> Yes. My webserver is Apache 2.0.36, which uses sendfile for
> anything
> over 8k in size. But, iirc, Apache sends the http headers using
> writev.

SpecWeb99 doesnt execute the path that might benefit the
most from this patch - sendmsg() of large files - large writes
going down..

thanks,
Nivedita


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