It is saying to allow Q1T1 138% of the 100 allocated buffers or 138 buffers before dropping traffic. The same would be true of Q1T2 and Q1T3. Of the 138 buffers 92 of them would come from the reserved pool and 46 would come from the common pool. The maximum memory allocation for Q1 is also 138.
In other words for Q1 there is no destinction between the 3 available thresholds for the queue. It will drop traffic placed in T1 T2 or T3 when they reach 138% of the allocated buffers for the queue.
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