What are you running? any uucp or nfs going?
look at the udp_sendspace and upd_recvspace and sb_max using no -a. these, if
determined they should be changed, can be changed using the no command.
However, more about what is running will help determine what is the cause.
Good Luck :-)
Quote:>I am having a problem with poor network performance.
>netstat -p udp indicates a large percentage of dropped udp packets due to no
Statements and suggestions are made in my humble opinion to offer some help.
Enlighten me with more knowledge and let me continue to grow.
IBM Certified Specialist , IBM CATE Cert of Proficiency Perf and Tuning, and
HP Certified IT Professional.