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different ACK behaviors (slowing down throughput?)

I'm running netio (http://freshmeat.net/projects/netio/) on one machine (opensolaris) and contacting two different Linux machines (both on 2.6.18-128.el5 ), machine A and machine B. Machine A has a ...
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Latency in TCP/IP-over-Ethernet networks

What resources (books, Web pages etc) would you recommend that: explain the causes of latency in TCP/IP-over-Ethernet networks; mention tools for looking out for things that cause latency (e.g. ...
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use of tcp_delack_min on redhat linux (kernel 2.6.18)

we're moving from Solaris to Redhat Linux, and trying to duplicate our low-latency setup, that, on solaris, includes the ndd settings related to TCP NO DELAY, and NAGLE ALGORITHM. I got the impression ...
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Is asymmetric latency common in practice?

This is a follow-on to a question posted on stack overflow about whether it is possible to determine the one-way latency of a point to point connection without using externally synchronized clocks - ...
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Why am I getting long TCP connect latency on connect in a LAN (over a cross!)?

I am measuring a time of about 100-150 milliseconds from sending TCP SYN to getting SYN/ACK, between two linux computers connected to the same Cisco switch. Consider: The machines are very powerful, ...