psyex at darkerpower.com
Sun Aug 19 17:38:11 EST 2001
I'm pretty certain the Pipe problem was fixed in the more recent releases of
I'm currently running 4.4-RELEASE, and dont have those problems.
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Murn" <davey at vision.doa.org>
To: "PsyeX" <psyex at darkerpower.com>
Cc: <linux at samba.org>
Sent: Sunday, August 19, 2001 5:19 PM
Subject: Re: FreeBSD
> On Sat, 18 Aug 2001, PsyeX wrote:
> > What sort of interest is there out there for FreeBSD? If people are
> > interested enough, I would be happy to give a demonstration on how to
> > install a FreeBSD system, compiling a basic kernel, setting up for DSL,
> > whatever...
> One thing I would be interested in, I dunno if anyone out there knows much
> about freebsd and in particular its network stack and the concept of
> For those not familiar with pipes, its something similar to shaper, being
> able to restrict the bandwidth a certain chain has.
> My problem arises when Im downloading a file or webpage for example, and I
> stop the transfer. The information is still in the pipe (acts like a
> fifo). A tcpdump shows that after I stop the transfer, the packets there
> still keep coming down my connection (only to be met by reset
> Is there any way to cause the pipes to recognize this connection has been
> closed, and remove any packets in the fifo belonging to that
> connection? The reason is that if the pipe is say 30k and is limited to
> 1k/sec then that pipe can block for 30 seconds.
> Is there a patch or an option that removes all packets in the pipe once a
> reset is received? Or even some sort of connection tracking which can
> simply stop it being limited by the pipe.
> Hoping someone here may have some ideas, even though it is off topic, but
> oh well.
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