- Version: 000629
- Entered-date: 2000-06-29
- Description: The WRR scheduler is an extension to the Linux 2.2 kernels. The scheduler is able to distribute the bandwidth to different machines at a site in a fair way. As a default every machine will get equally much of the bandwidth if they have sufficient demand. But it is possible to make machines transferring much data over a long or short period of time get less bandwidth. A plug and play ready set of scripts setting up such behavior based on a configuration file is included. The scripts sets up a Linux bridge which must be placed between the router and the rest of the site.
- Keywords: shaping traffic control bandwidth fair distribute
- Author: firstname.lastname@example.org (Christian Worm Mortensen)
- Maintained-by: email@example.com (Christian Worm Mortensen)
- Copying-policy: GPL
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