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revised How does I/O performance on Intel E5 procs change with and without QPI
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comment How does I/O performance on Intel E5 procs change with and without QPI
@TheCleaner: Thanks. That was the one post that I found that I didn't link to in my question. I cannot reconcile the claim that "QPI doesn't apply since it's only used between processors" with all of the other information that I've found regarding QPI with suggests that it is an IO fabric, albeit one that is optimized for multiprocessor systems.
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accepted How do I find which process is dropping my TCP ACKs on a dual-homed machine?
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answered How do I find which process is dropping my TCP ACKs on a dual-homed machine?
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comment How do I find which process is dropping my TCP ACKs on a dual-homed machine?
Somehow, rp_filter ended up turned on, despite being commented out in sysctl. I forced it off, but still no change.
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revised How do I find which process is dropping my TCP ACKs on a dual-homed machine?
Added route table, clarified that all packets described are tested on the DMZ nic.
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comment How do I find which process is dropping my TCP ACKs on a dual-homed machine?
Route table added to the original post. rp_filter is not enabled. I am not using iproute2.
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revised How do I find which process is dropping my TCP ACKs on a dual-homed machine?
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asked How do I find which process is dropping my TCP ACKs on a dual-homed machine?