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HighQueueDropRate

what are the issues should I look at?

regards

Devang Patel

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Re: HighQueueDropRate

For TCP traffic, the queue depth is too small for initial slow start, or queue depth is much too large. (For optimal TCP, queue should be sized for link's BDP [bandwidth delay product].)

For TCP it's also possible when using single FIFO queue to have multiple flows enter global synchronization. (See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TCP_global_synchronization)

For non-TCP, insufficient bandwidth to support it or queue depth is too small for bursty traffic. (Much non-TCP traffic does not dynamically adjust its flow rate when there's congestion discards.)

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