Re: What's the best configuration for this setup?

From: Jonathan Larmour <>
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 1996 16:04:59 +0000

At 14:14 22/11/96 GMT, John Saunders wrote:
>Possibly the best way to throttle the connection is to let the TCP window
>size handle the throttling. For example assume you have 2 connections, one
>again. You would see a small burst at the beginning of the transfer as the
>buffer gets filled at a high rate, but then it would throttle back to the
>speed that the client reads. Best of all no timers to manage. :-)

Well, e.g. on linux the buffer is 64K which is more than a little, or if you
want squid to interrogate the size, then I'm not convinced there is a
portable way (its the TIOCINQ ioctl on linux).

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