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Re: 2 questions(bugs?)!
- To: tech_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: 2 questions(bugs?)!
- From: fire fire <fire_(_at_)_topor_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Fri, 08 Jan 1999 23:34:33 +0200
- Organization: ToporNET LTD
- Reply-to: fire_(_at_)_topor_(_dot_)_net
> Got it!!!!
NOPE, PLEASE PARDON me,
but the above is not quite true....
Under heavy system load, generally, it LOOKs like the new tcpdump [3.4],
compiled with the new libpcap[0.4], with GENERIC kernel,
performs better [can anyone confirm that?] ,
but again I am seeing about 2% packet drops.
Why I haven't seen that in Linux? Ideas --- anyone?
And, yes, the drops should go away, if I upgrade the machine,
which will soon happen, but I thought *BSD (including OpenBSD)
has faster networking code, right, and under the same configuration,
I run OpenBSD, and have drops?
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