[Cerowrt-devel] some kernel updates
dave.taht at gmail.com
Wed Aug 21 14:42:50 EDT 2013
It looks like the htb dsl fixes, and the ipv6_subtrees fix, will land in
3.10.9 or later. (they are already patched into my current tree, so yea! I
get to rip them out)
my thanks to everybody for looking into these problems and to those that
fixed them. Too many people to thank here.
Now, are there ANY other must-have features that are missing from the
present kernel that have gotta get in there?
The ONLY other thing that was on my original kernel-feature list for this
release of cero was ipv6 NAT support. I'm totally willing to defer that to
another release. (Any objections to this idea should come with working
packages to kernel and iptables!)
I did get a whole bunch of these radios in and I am thinking of trying to
make their drivers work, but that's about it
It's based on the MT7601 chipset
and my only reason for making 'em work is I'm trying to get up to 30 radios
in a tight space so I can look at the dense mesh problem harder. (as well
as get a grip on usb interfaces)
In addition to 3.10.X in cero and being in sync with openwrt, there's also
a much better version of pie than I've had before, a possible enhancement
to codel, and I forget what else, in the as yet unreleased devbuild...
I would really like to freeze on and profile the current kernel at this
point. And after that, move to fixing userspace stuff only.
I'm aware of a dhcp bug in userspace which is blocking me from getting a
release out. (for some reason se00 doesn't get a configuration file entry
from the openwrt script)
I keep forgetting to add support for not having an outbound or inbound rate
limit in the aqm code, too.
Fixing bufferbloat with cerowrt:
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