Packet loss every 30.999 seconds
davids at webmaster.com
Fri Dec 21 17:54:14 PST 2007
I'm just an observer, and I may be confused, but it seems to me that this is
motion in the wrong direction (at least, it's not going to fix the actual
problem). As I understand the problem, once you reach a certain point, the
system slows down *every* 30.999 seconds. Now, it's possible for the code to
cause one slowdown as it cleans up, but why does it need to clean up so much
31 seconds later?
Why not find/fix the actual bug? Then work on getting the yield right if it
turns out there's an actual problem for it to fix.
If the problem is that too much work is being done at a stretch and it turns
out this is because work is being done erroneously or needlessly, fixing
that should solve the whole problem. Doing the work that doesn't need to be
done more slowly is at best an ugly workaround.
Or am I misunderstanding?
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