> I've just committed the revised TCP timer code. There are some
> user visible changes:
> User visible TCP timers are now in units of the system clock
> (10ms for the i386), not those of the slowtimeout (500ms). So
> if you have customized one of these values, (e.g.: net.inet.tcp.keepintvl),
> you'll need to multiply it appropriately to keep the same interval.
> Also, some new sysctls have been added:
I didn't think I would ever see this!! Good job, hats off to you and
> net.inet.tcp.delacktime: 20
> Specifies the timeout for delayed acks (200ms).
> net.inet.tcp.slowstart_flightsize: 1
> Specifies how many packets are included in the initial
> slow-start flight. Setting this value to 0 will probably
> result in a non-working system. Choosing a high value
> would be considered antisocial.
> net.inet.tcp.local_slowstart_flightsize: 65535
> Same as above, but only applies to slowstart on "local"
> networks. Note that the flightsize is constrained by
> the receiver's advertised window size.
One question though, how is ``local'' defined?
Rod Grimes - KD7CAX - (RWG25) [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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