dave.taht at gmail.com
Sat Jan 12 13:55:41 EST 2013
I lost half of last week to meetings, the other half to updating the
yurtlab and spent the remaining half updating stuff.
I now have a reasonably instrumented real-world, live test of the
nfq_codel and ceroshaper code, with with dozens to hundreds of users,
running through the donated vyatta box (and quite a few cerowrt,
nanostation m5s and picostations, and more legacy equipment that I
care to think about. I'm extremely happy about that.
3.7.2-.1 is at:
* Merge with openwork head
* Updated to Linux 3.7.2
* Added (hopefully) dpreed's needed modules for the LTE test
* Dnsmasq 2.66test8
* Small update to netperf
* No work on the TFO bug (
* No ipv6 nat
* Tagged and pushed out to cerowrt-next and cerofiles-next on github
I don't actually see a huge reason for anyone to upgrade to this, to
me getting the ipv6 nat stuff up and the TFO bug looked at would be a
reason to upgrade to a future release.
(what I mostly deployed was 3.7.1 based)
A multitude of bugs have crept into the nano-m build - notably the old
poe script no longer works and for some reason the wifi doesn't come
up on an IP address. I'm not keeping up with the ongoing netifd and
ipv6-support work on that front.... anyway, that build is rather
"special", and requires babel to find the device in the first place.
nano-m build applies to
I've had several requests to build a virtual of cero for some gui
work, those builds continue to fail to boot.
Fixing bufferbloat with cerowrt: http://www.teklibre.com/cerowrt/subscribe.html
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