[Cake] [Make-wifi-fast] Airtime fairness patch merged upstream, and the Turris Omnia debloated

Aaron Wood woody77 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 23 20:32:52 EST 2016


Do you know if it's made it into the LEDE nightlies, yet?  I loaded up the
Dec 22 nightly onto my WNDR3800.  Running rrul I'm getting about 10-30ms of
latency over wired on the same link (and wifi is definitely the limit, as
it's using piece_of_cake at 135M down, 12M up (and I'm seeing 0 measurable
additional latency from piece of cake).


On Mon, Dec 19, 2016 at 2:31 PM, Toke Høiland-Jørgensen <toke at toke.dk>

> The airtime fairness patch for ath9k has been accepted into the mainline
> Linux kernel, and is queued to be merged for 4.11 (i.e. the next merge
> window after the current 4.10 cycle completes).
> The patch has also been accepted into LEDE and is currently in Felix'
> staging tree at
> https://git.lede-project.org/?p=lede/nbd/staging.git;a=summary - so if
> nothing surprising shows up, it should make it into the regular LEDE
> nightlies before too long :)
> In related news, the Turris Omnia had the WiFi queue restructure patches
> added in the latest update; and the ath10k chip it ships with seems to
> have the required hardware support, so both WiFi devices in the Omnia
> now have nicely debloated queues. They also switched to sqm-scripts
> (from wondershaper that they shipped before), and added Cake :)
> -Toke
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