[Make-wifi-fast] [Bloat] the future belongs to pacing

Michael Richardson mcr at sandelman.ca
Sun Jul 5 13:43:27 EDT 2020

Sebastian Moeller <moeller0 at gmx.de> wrote:
    > of the sending rate, no? BBRv2 as I understand it will happily run
    > roughshod over any true rfc3168 AQM on the path, I do not have the
    > numbers, but I am not fully convinced that typically the most
    > significant throttling on a CDN to end-user path happens still inside
    > the CDN's data center...

That's an interesting claim. I'm in no position to defend or refute it.

If it's true, though, it suggests some interesting solutions, because one can
more easily establish trust relationships within the data-center.

I'm specifically imagining a clock signal from the Top-of-Rack switch to the

Actually, it's not a clock, so much as a automotive style timing shaft
running down through all the 1-U servers, with fine vernier adjustments :-)
I'm also certain we've seen such technology before.

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