* jamal <1109000925.1076.3.camel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 2005-02-21 10:48
> On Mon, 2005-02-21 at 10:34, Thomas Graf wrote:
> > Make sense but we probably have multiple packets in the stack if qdiscs are
> > involved.
> No - thats the problem. Theres always no more than one packet i.e only
> packet in flight except in the case of some hardware - which i pointed
> out as problematic in my SUCON presentation.
I read your slides again but I guess I'm missing the information you
provided in your speech. One of the disadvantages of organizing a
conference is that one can't listen to the speeches. ;->
> Maybe i should write a paper about this - i spent christmas collecting a
> lot of data using relayfs;
Would be nice, or at least provide the data. I haven't done any data
collection execpt some basic data to check ematch performance depening
on the size of the evalation tree, i.e. the number of ematches attached
to a classifier to find out wehther further optimizations are needed.
So basically you're telling me that it doesn't make a difference for a
full qdisc to dequeue in single steps or in batches?