Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On Wednesday 04 August 2010 21:10:39 Ben Beuchler wrote: > > system can block-write. I'm interested in why the active-backup > > recommendation, and other folks' experiences with bonding. > > My recollection from Florian Haas' presentation: > > Bonding works well when you have UDP traffic or multiple TCP streams. > However when you push a single TCP stream across a bonded ethernet > link, the remote end gets bogged down handling the out-of-order > packets and your overall throughput can actually *decrease*. My notes > indicate that their experimenting showed that adding a second bonded > ethernet link resulted in about a 60% increase in throughput. Adding > a third link dropped throughput to the same as a single link. Indeed, I had this problem and fixed it by changing tcp_reordening or something in /proc/something