[Bloat] fixing netem to be more useful
emmanuel.lochin at isae.fr
Wed Mar 25 13:39:23 EDT 2015
Another issue, I think, is the way burst of lost packets are computed. The scheme implemented is not a two state Markov chain that would allow to set an average burst size and I failed to find an explanation concerning this point.
If somebody has information ...
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> On of my big issues with netem (a network emulator for linux that lets
> you do delay, loss, etc) is that there is no way to setup multiple RTT
> emulations without having a separate maximum number of packets limit
> for each, which can really skew the results. I would like to see a
> netem that had a multi-queue implementation with a shared limit, among
> other things.
> Is there anyone working on making netem better? is there someone
> willing to work on it that someone could fund?
> This comment arose from the code facebook for their shaper implementation here:
> and the comments on this bug:
> Dave Täht
> Let's make wifi fast, less jittery and reliable again!
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