We have a few dedicated server rented in a data center with debian 7, kernel 3.2. We use one of those servers as a database server. The network between our application server and database server is ...
I have an aplication that need to have a fixed (516 byes) payload size in the TCP packet. The application itself can't be modified to adjust it settings, therefore i need to tune the TCP Buffer Size ...
My Server and Client softwares run both on Linux. The Server broadcasts multicast, the Client listens multicast. My Client has to migrate to another site, and unfortunately multicast is not allowed ...
The initial TCP RTO value of 3s is too long for most LAN-based applications. How can I tune it lower? Is there a sysctl?
the current Linux Kernel (e.g. 2.6.36) uses Delayed Acknowledgments (delack). In /include/net/tcp.h it says: define TCP_DELACK_MIN ((unsigned)(HZ/25)) So, for a Kernel using a HZ value of ...