Subject: Re: DECchip 21143 and the tlp driver.
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Brad Spencer <email@example.com>
Date: 10/29/1999 17:13:59
[Tulip kicking up the when-to-start-sending knob.]
> This happens minutes after the machine is up with only the most minor bit
> of traffic on the wire. After it has step to "store-and-forward" there is
> no further such changes.
When/if that happens depends upon the speed of the PCI/memory interface
on your system.
The machines I normally work with don't go through that dance until
I put a lot of network traffic through the Tulip, and even then it
probably needs some other PCI work to provoke it.
The above makes some sense, then... The major shifting starts to occure
around the time that the quotas are being checked. The machine has 3 scsi
busses on it and quotas on filesystems on at least two of the busses.
Thanks for the info...
Brad Spencer - firstname.lastname@example.org http://anduin.eldar.org
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