[Make-wifi-fast] Airtime fairness patch merged upstream, and the Turris Omnia debloated
dave.taht at gmail.com
Thu Dec 22 15:48:37 EST 2016
On Thu, Dec 22, 2016 at 11:06 AM, Jaap Buurman <jaapbuurman at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is awesome news! This means that it will be included in the first
> stable release that they have planned in the near future :)
Hope so. I look forward to testing that build soon - today, even,
maybe, if I get unburied enough from christmas stuff.
> Now the following question might sound stupid, but how difficult would it be
> to apply these airtime fairness principles to Ath10k as well?
The QCA folk have made noises about how to go about airtime fairness
there. I really don't know how it will work, but there seemed to be a
lot of enthusiasm in the room at the talk.
I am hoping merely that the intermediate queues implementation (and
thus, fq_codel) works with my older ath10k hardware at some point.
Not clear to me if the ubntlite is capable of the "right thing", in
particular, or what ath10k hardware enables it or not. When I last
tried it I was at 100s of ms of added latency on that ath10k in that
> Is this planned? Or will this be a Ath9k feature only?
Well, I have some hope for the mt76, one day (already intermediate
queue enabled), and we've looked over quite a few wifi chipsets.
Marvell, perhaps. Quantenna appears impossible with the state of the
firmware today. To me, up first would be a working intermediate queues
implementation for, say, a few wifi chipsets used in clients like the
c.h.i.p and pi3.
I *dream* of finding an android chipset worth hacking on.
> On Thu, Dec 22, 2016 at 6:53 PM, Kevin Darbyshire-Bryant
> <kevin at darbyshire-bryant.me.uk> wrote:
>> On 19/12/16 22:31, Toke Høiland-Jørgensen wrote:
>>> The airtime fairness patch for ath9k has been accepted into the mainline
>>> Linux kernel, and is queued to be merged for 4.11 (i.e. the next merge
>>> window after the current 4.10 cycle completes).
>>> The patch has also been accepted into LEDE and is currently in Felix'
>>> staging tree at
>>> https://git.lede-project.org/?p=lede/nbd/staging.git;a=summary - so if
>>> nothing surprising shows up, it should make it into the regular LEDE
>>> nightlies before too long :)
>> It's escaped out of Felix's tree and is now in master. Snapshots will
>> start to have that as default as the buildbots do their thang.
>> Not a bad present really :-)
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