Subject: Re: ftp performance with netbsd ?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Peter Galbavy <email@example.com>
Date: 06/07/1995 07:19:31
> John Kohl writes:
> > I've submitted a PR enhancement request to add a sysctl option to turn
> > on/off RFC1323. I've been using those changes it at every reboot (to
> > turn off RFC1323) for about 2 months now; it works great.
> The IETF ought to be told that 1323 is causing performance
> problems. Are they truly caused by 1323 and not by the implementation
I have just rebooted with tcp_do_rfc1323 set to 0. And:
rfc0822.txt: 107337 bytes received in 27.88 seconds, 3.76 K/s.
This is *much* better than the few hundred bytes a second with it turned
on. Still not the 7K/s I have seen before but nevertheless good. As
for line traffic and a data point, I just got 5.5K/s from a SunOS box.
I second John's request for a sysctl variable. It was something I was
thinking of trying.
The IETF should be made aware I think, since 4.4 lite based systems
are really the only ones that have 1323 support. Any other OS'es
out there support it yet ? Alternatively, has Van Jacobson got any
ideas, since that man seems to know everything else about IP ?
Peter Galbavy firstname.lastname@example.org
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