[Cake] new patchset for upstream net-next
dave at taht.net
Mon Nov 27 00:08:38 EST 2017
George Amanakis <gamanakis at gmail.com> writes:
>> Whatever your primary use case is? My biggest concern is that it
>> simply not crash - 300 second long tests, 1200 seconds, all night
>> long over and over, again, pounding it flat.
> My home router runs x86_64 Archlinux on net-next with cake and nf_conntrack
> compiled as integrals. TSO, GSO and GRO are turned off. Up until now (24h) it
> has not crashed and everything seems stable. Dmesg does not report anything
> unusual. Ingress traffic is about 15 GiB, egress about 1 GiB.
Groovy. Can you re-enable TSO/GSO/GRO?
> Cake configuration (Comcast cable, advertised 10Mbps/2Mbps):
> qdisc cake 8001: dev ens4 root refcnt 2 bandwidth 12200Kbit diffserv3
> dual-dsthost wash ingress ack-filter rtt 100.0ms noatm overhead 18 via-ethernet
> mpu 64
> qdisc cake 8002: dev ens3 root refcnt 2 bandwidth 2500Kbit diffserv3
> dual-srchost nat wash ack-filter rtt 100.0ms noatm overhead 18 via-ethernet mpu
tc -s qdisc show
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