Are there any requirements for weights assigned to queues for WFQ scheduling, and does the AR need to ensure that the sum of all weights is 100

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In weighted fair queuing (WFQ) scheduling, the value of the weight for each queue is 1�?00. Generally, the sum of all weights is set to 100 to facilitate calculation. However, this is not mandatory.

The bandwidth ratio occupied by each queue = the weight of the queue/the sum of all weights.

For example: If the current interface has four queues, and the weights are 10, 10, 10, and 50 respectively, the bandwidth ratio is 10/80 when the weight value of the queue is 10, and the bandwidth ratio is 50/80 when the queue's weight value is 50.

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