Typically, a TSO engine sets PSH in the last packet that it builds for the
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> Subject: Re: 2.6.10 TCP troubles -- suggested patch
> On Sat, 12 Feb 2005 17:31:05 +0300
> Alexey Kuznetsov <kuznet@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > In any case, receiver cannot know sender cwnd, so that
> "fill" or "not fill"
> > is is not a question.
> > What is broken in that implementation is that it does not
> feel slow start.
> > ACK avoidance while slow start is certain disaster.
> Currrent theory is
> > that MacOS X thinks that we do not do slow start.
> It is correct. Although, I am still believing that setting
> PSH is the avenue of investigation.