Re: [aqm] Is bufferbloat a real problem?

David Collier-Brown <davec-b@rogers.com> Sat, 28 February 2015 02:45 UTC

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Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2015 21:45:19 -0500
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Yup!

Loss is a bit of like hitting someone with  a 2 x 4" as a clue-stick. It 
hurts, but it sure does work!

--dave


On 02/27/2015 09:16 PM, KK wrote:
> This could also be done by not having to depend on Œloss¹ as the primary
> source of feedback...

On 2/27/15, 6:00 PM, "David Collier-Brown" <davec-b@rogers.com> wrote:

> IMHO, removing latency is the aim of FQ. Once done, buffer sizes can be
> unbounded (save by price (;-))

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David Collier-Brown,         | Always do right. This will gratify
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davecb@spamcop.net           |                      -- Mark Twain