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There are a couple of approaches you might take; depends on your goals. You could set queue limit based on how much latency you're willing to allow. Or, you could also set queue limit to support BDP. Actually configuration will be influenced by whether you want to allow for maximum size packets or your average size packets and, when working with multiple classes, will also be influenced by whether you want allow for the bandwidth allocated for a class, the maximum interface bandwidth, or average bandwidth normally available to the class.
10 ms @ 10 Gbps is 12.5 MB. If we were then going to allocate based on 1500 byte packets, queue depth would be 8,333 packets. (NB: probably more buffering than your hardware supports, but this is what 10 ms queue limit would require.)
If RTT was also 10 ms, BDP buffering would be the same for the same size packets.
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