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Re: [Linux Diffserv] scheduler

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Subject: Re: [Linux Diffserv] scheduler
From: Werner Almesberger <Werner.Almesberger@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2001 06:16:24 +0200
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Dhiman Barman wrote:
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Quite a lot of lists ...

> I cannot figure why that fraction of code should affect the os.

You're probably crashing somewhere in or near an interrupt. That's
fairly lethal, no matter where in the kernel it happens ...

> Any help ?

See linux/Documentation/oops-tracing.txt

> Is there any other way to test any packet scheduler other than using 'tc'. 

Yep, try*.tar.gz

(* = the latest version, currently 1e)

See "Adding new traffic control elements" in the README.

- Werner

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