[quicwg/base-drafts] Section 9.4: Contains a mixture of transport and congestion control functions (#2684)

Gorry Fairhurst <notifications@github.com> Fri, 10 May 2019 07:59 UTC

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Subject: [quicwg/base-drafts] Section 9.4: Contains a mixture of transport and congestion control functions (#2684)
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Section 9.4 contains a mixture of transport (handling migration, setup, etc) and congestion control functions (choice of path parameters - RTO, window, etc). 

The abstract suggests that these are a part of QUIC Recovery ID, which seems correct to me. So, I would like to discuss if these are intentionally a part of the transport spec, rather than the Loss Detection & Congestion Control Spec.? 

Specifically, para 1,2 : "... SHOULD NOT contribute to congestion control or RTT estimation for the new path." and "...  SHOULD immediately reset ...."  - Where the ID could note whatever transport implementors need to be aware of, but point normatively to the QUIC Recovery ID for RFC2119 language.

Para 3: "An endpoint MUST NOT return to the send rate..." seems a reasonable thing to note, but also, I think, should point to QUIC Recovery ID.

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