At 03:58 PM 12/14/00 -0800, Scott Brim wrote:
Building on a previous suggestion:
Just to be clear, my suggestion is diametrically opposed to the list that
You are suggesting very tight queue management. By the mid-70's, Kleinrock
showed that these mechanisms do not work in the face of sustained
overload. They only work when the problem is transient.
Rather than trying to manage the congestion, I am suggesting that we throw
money at the problem, to overbuy space so that we don't have the problem.
Dave Crocker <dcrocker(_at_)brandenburg(_dot_)com>
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