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We conclude from the discussions in this paper that measurements taken over a sufficiently long period on a system in full operation can lead to a meaningful assessment of system performance under various configurations. For instance, we have shown that addition of a core box has increased average through-put and that reduction in overhead by recoding some CP modules has resulted in increased peak-load capacity.
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