[Cerowrt-devel] performance numbers from WRT1200AC (Re: Latest build test - new sqm-scripts seem to work; "cake overhead 40" didn't)
dave.taht at gmail.com
Wed Jun 24 12:32:13 EDT 2015
On Wed, Jun 24, 2015 at 4:31 AM, Mikael Abrahamsson <swmike at swm.pp.se> wrote:
> On Tue, 23 Jun 2015, Sebastian Moeller wrote:
>> As Dave said it would be nice see RRUL data from the same testbed. It
>> would be so nice if flint had a way to send different sized TCP packets… (I
>> guess this might be faked with MSS clamping in the router and relaying on
>> path MTU discovery?)
> What kind of tests should I run? I have rrul results now, both at the same
> time as running iperf3. I set iperf3 to run with 10 parallel streams,
> different MSS per test, and let it run for 30 seconds into the rrul test. So
> in all the tests, iperf3 session stops running half way into the rrul test.
> I set sqm to 500M up and down on eth0, ECN up and down, and not to squash
> DSCP in any direction.
>From what I see here you are rarely, if ever, engaging fq_codel
properly. Latencies are pretty high. In particular, I would suspect
you are hitting offloads hard, and the current (fixed in linux 4.1)
codel drop algorithm stops dropping below "maxpacket", which was meant
in the ns2 code to be a MTU, but in the linux code ended up being a
TSO sized (64k!) packet.
tc -s qdisc show # will show the maxpacket.
> Tell me if there is more information I can provide or tests to run.
0) I tend to have a script for everything... I can give you an example
script in another email.
1) tc -s qdisc show dev whatever # will show actuall drop/mark statistics
2) Please run your flent tests with -x --disable-log
-x collects more metadata, --disable-log disables the automatic log
scaling which is so hard to discern on these plots.
Use -t "title" to differentiate between variables under test.
3) I also tend to use flent's --remote-metadata=root at your_openwrtbox
to get the stats on that box into the metadata. You have to add your
local .ssh/id_rsa.pub key to
your_openwrtbox:/etc/dropbear/authorized_keys file to do this.
4) With all that in hand, sticking up a tarball of the results makes
for easy plotting of various other graphs, and using the flent-gui,
you can combine results from each run easily, also.
5) try disabling offloads on all interfaces on the router (or running cake)
My usual suite of tests is rrul, rrul_be, tcp_1up, tcp_1down, and tcp_2up_delay.
and rtt_fair (if you have more than one target server available)...
all without the iperf stuff....
Your mss changing idea is interesting, and I would like to do a mod to
tcp_2up_delay to sort of match your iperf combination + flent to
totally capture all data.
6) I am pretty interested as to what happens *without* sqm at the max
forwarding rate with fq_codel engaged on all these tests.
> Mikael Abrahamsson email: swmike at swm.pp.se
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