[Cake] Advantages to tightly tuning latency
dave.taht at gmail.com
Thu Apr 23 12:28:53 EDT 2020
On Thu, Apr 23, 2020 at 4:57 AM Toke Høiland-Jørgensen <toke at redhat.com> wrote:
> Maxime Bizon <mbizon at freebox.fr> writes:
> > On Wednesday 22 Apr 2020 à 07:48:43 (-0700), Dave Taht wrote:
> > Hello,
> >> > Free has been using SFQ since 2005 (if I remember well).
> >> > They announced the wide deployment of SFQ in the free.fr newsgroup.
> >> > Wi-Fi in the free.fr router was not as good though.
> >> They're working on it. :)
> > yes indeed.
> > Switching to softmac approach, so now mac80211 will do rate control
> > and scheduling (using wake_tx_queue model).
> > for 5ghz, we use ath10k
> That is awesome! Please make sure you include the AQL patch for ath10k,
> it really works wonders, as Dave demonstrated:
and THIS patch is looking lovely at the higher rates I'm testing at.
Yea, it needs to be more robust, but I'm seeing tcp rtt inflation
of exactly the right buffer size (15ms), on an HT20 or VHT80 link,
where before I'd see 30+ms... (it's nice that flent can plot both tcp
rtt and ping rtt now),
ecn "just works",
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