Resolving packet reordering

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Resolving packet reordering

If you determined that your network has an issue with packet reordering, you must increase the number of message slots. You can specify the number of message slots with the nmcom_max_msgs tunable. For a high packet reordering network, increasing default value to 2048 or 3072 may improve replication performance. In the 5.1 SP1 release and later, you can tune this value with the vxtune command.

See the vxtune(1M) manual page.

See Using vxrlink to diagnose packet reordering-related network issues

See Tuning the operating system network parameters

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