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data in flight is a general term used to refer to data that has been sent but has not yet been acknowledged. Because from the sender's standpoint this data is kinda somewhere in the network. Sender window is the amount of data that can be in flight, i.e., the amount of data that the sender can send before receiving ACK for the first segment of the window. ...


It does both. The receive window is limited by available buffer space, but this isn't much of a concern with most receivers. The other important function of the receive window is to spread out transmission in time so it's not a big burst of ten consecutive packets followed by silence until all this data is acknowledged, then another burst. Instead, a ...


What you experience is not normal. The above configuration should forward logs to d_telegraf and d_file at the same time, as soon as possible. I believe you are having connection issues, that must be the reason for the 60-second delay, which is the default value of the reconnection timer. You can lower this value using the time-reopen() global option, for ...


Try flush-lines(0) by just deleting that line all together. How does syslog-ng handles flush_lines(0)?

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