When task switching is reported by “Network Packet Received,” the task switch is due to one of these causes:
A task received part of a multi packet batch and was switched out waiting for the client to send the next packet of the batch, or
A task completely finished processing a command and was put into a receive sleep state while waiting to receive the next command or packet from the client.
If “Network Packet Received” is high, see “Network I/O management” for more information about network I/O. Also, you can configure the network packet size for all connections or allow certain connections to log in using larger packet sizes.
See “Changing network packet sizes” and the System Administration Guide.