Strange things on GBit / 1000->100 / net.inet.tcp.inflight.*
andre at freebsd.org
Fri Sep 17 15:17:39 PDT 2004
Raphael H. Becker wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 17, 2004 at 11:26:20PM +0200, Andre Oppermann wrote:
>>Raphael H. Becker wrote:
>>>># sysctl net.inet.tcp
>>>># sysctl net.inet.tcp.hostcache.list
>>>># netstat -s -p tcp
>>>># netstat -s -p ip
>>Could you please provide the same information (except the second sysctl one)
>>from the target machine as well. You don't have to show the difference
Ok, this give some very stange information:
On the taget machine (4.10) we see a huge amount of OO packets arriving:
92920 out-of-order packets (134546620 bytes)
but we don't see nearly that many on retransmits on the source machine (5.3):
281 data packets (405792 bytes) retransmitted
However the data set on the target machine seem to be skewed. There is a
lot of other TCP traffic on there as well. So this probably doesn't really
relate directly to the test you did.
>>between before and after but try to make sure that not much other traffic
>>was going than the test.
> Just my ssh-Session. But I can't guarantee for each packet passing the
> router (= the target-machine). There's no "production"-traffic on that
> subnet, just my testboxes.
Hmmm... Without getting the TCP statictics back to zero it's hard to correlate
Would you mind trying a 5.3 to 5.3 transfer but the target 5.3 box forced to
only 100Mbit full-duplex? Same statistics again.
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