Subject: Re: tcp_do_rfc1323 vs Linux - any solid understanding?
To: Peter Galbavy <email@example.com>
From: Ken Hornstein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/10/1996 11:43:04
> - The rfc1323 implementation in NetBSD is "sub-optimal".
>The problems generally apply two fold when you have two NetBSD systems. One
>NetBSD and one (for example) Solaris system are nowhere near as bad in
>performance terms (i have no recorded benchmarks... yet) as two NetBSD
I'm sorry, but this has not been my experience at all. I first noticed
these problems when connecting to Solaris and Irix boxes.
I'd like to point out that in my particular case, turning off VJ header
compression made everything work, and the performance between NetBSD and
Solaris/Irix boxes is now comparable. If you could give more exact info
on why you think the NetBSD rfc1323 implementation is "sub-optimal", I'd
like to hear it. But in all honestly, every problem I've ever heard that
was caused by rfc1323 IP options was always the fault of some intervening
system, not the NetBSD system itself.