Environment is Citrix Xenserver Advanced, with (mostly) freebsd 9.1 64bit
HVM with PV drivers.

 

I've heard much mention around the net that in pretty much all cases, TCP
offloading should be disabled inside the VM. I have also seen other posts
that TCP offloading should be disabled on the Dom0.

 

So my question is; for best performance should TCP offloading be disabled in
the VM, or the Xenserver (dom0), or should it be disabled in BOTH?

 

Anyone have a definitive answer?

 

Jay West

EZwind.net

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Saint Louis, MO 63146

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