On Tue, 19 Dec 2000, Michael Class wrote:
> It seems that NewReno is switched on by default in current.
> Unfortunately switching off NewReno does not change the problem. In
> times of very high network-traffic I am still unable to use the network.
> The system does not even respond to a ping where as all other systems I
> have (HPUX 10.20, 11.0 and NT4) behave as expected: slow response-times,
> but still working and ping-able.
What is your NMBCLUSTERS set to? And in cases of "high traffic," what
does `netstat -m' show for number of clusters and mbufs "in use?" How
much of mb_map (%) is in use? If any of these are relatively close to
exhaustion, try increasing NMBCLUSTERS in your kernel configuration and
> At home I am using this Laptop in a 100MB-Network and am able to almost
> saturate the link without any problems. Could it be that this is just
> happening for multicast-packets (that's what the high network-traffic
> Anything else I could check?
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