[Cerowrt-devel] AQM and ADSL
fredstratton at imap.cc
Tue Aug 13 16:42:47 EDT 2013
Thank you. That is a useful explanation.
On 13 Aug 2013, at 21:33, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 13, 2013 at 12:40 PM, Fred Stratton <fredstratton at imap.cc> wrote:
>>> DT has taken to stealth with his releases.
> Heh. No, these are not releases. If I don't get a chance to do some
> testing I don't post their existence to the list.
> I don't mind people being eager and willing to test 'em without me
> doing so, tho.
> To explain, I do what's called "continuous integration" whenever
> possible (see wikipedia)
> Big triggers for that are new kernel releases (like 3.10.6), fixes
> like the boatload that felix just landed for the ethernet and the wifi
> aggregation rework, and tossing in a new version of the codel patches,
> and tossing in the AQM stuff that sebastian just did - and all that
> landed in 3.10.6-1.
> Merely getting this stuff to compile is often a chore. In fact, it
> took me all day to get all that to work... and my only spare router I
> dare sacrifice (the other 4 in the testbed are doing some benchmarks
> as I write) is still in my suitcase and in the car.
> Usually I get around to announcing a "development release" once it's
> been tested for a little while, at least a quick check, and preferably
> a couple hours under heavy load, and usually that will be at least a
> -3. I generally try to stay away from X.Y.0 and wait for X.Y.1...
> We still have a few things left to fold into this kernel - notably the
> new htb patches from jesper and to backport a few other fixes from
> net-next, and it looks like the changes to the AQM thing need a
> smarter radio box in the gui(?). I'm also trying to freeze the ubnt
> picostation and nanostation on the same stuff (and what's causing even
> more delay is trying to get a guruplug and edgerouter booted with it
> too. I've always resisted expanding the scope of the cerowrt project
> to more hardware, but I need two higher power boxes to drive some
> tests with desparately)
> I'm off to do my laundry in a bit, and will return with fresh clothes
> and that router this evening.
> I would very much like to get to a new "stable" release this month,
> it's been far too long since the last one! But to do that we have to
> have zero crash bugs, and be "feature complete". I think we are close
> to zero crashes (but felix fiddling with the ethernet and the wifi
> recently scares me and I still haven't checked to see if sysupgrade
> worked in a couple releases (I flash via tftp usually)), but there are
> some nagging features that I'd like to get in there. Like this one.
> Keep plugging away, please.
> Are there any other must-have features for this puppy? I've been
> looking over gargoyle's ACC code in particular.
>>>> So 3.10.6-1 fails with sysupgrade?
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