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4.10 Adaptive retransmission Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
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4.10 Adaptive retransmission

4.10 Adaptive retransmission

Most client implementations use either an exponential back-off strategy to some maximum retransmission value, or a more adaptive strategy that attempts congestion avoidance. Congestion avoidance schemes in NFS request retransmission are modelled on the work presented in [Jacobson]. [Nowicki] and [Macklem] describe congestion avoidance schemes to be applied to the NFS protocol over UDP.

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