Particular port has some buffer allocated only to it which we can asume to be 100% on that command.
There is also common pool for all the ports. And we can use that by icreasing threshold.
So if port reserved pool is empty - but maximum threshold is not reached - port is allowed to get some buffers from common pool. Until maximum threshold is reached or common pool just become empty due to other ports getting buffers from it simultanenously. If last statement is true for particular port trying to get more buffers for it packet - packet is dropped.
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