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Old 12-03-2012, 09:01 PM   #1
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I want to tune NIC's rps, rfs and xps value. which NIC device should I modify.


Dear All

I want tune my NIC's rps, rfs and xps value.

In my system I have two NIC (eth0, eth1) and I have a bond0 ( eth0, eth1).

Here is the question? Which device should I modify ?
eth0 and eth1? or just modify bond0 or modify all device (eth0, eth1, bond0)

Any advice is welcome. Thanks!
 
  


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