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Re: [Fwd: [ANNOUNCE] Layer-7 Filter for Linux QoS]

To: Jamal Hadi <hadi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Fwd: [ANNOUNCE] Layer-7 Filter for Linux QoS]
From: Ethan Sommer <sommere@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 00:07:33 -0500
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Jamal Hadi wrote:



BTW, i am not sure how efficient the stuff that Henry spencer
wrote is in comparison to newer research on variants of boyer-moore
for regex searches. comment?
I picked Spencer's mainly because it was a pain to port the glibc version into kernel space. They are both basically the posix regexp interface, so if someone wants to get another version working in kernel space we can test and see which one performs better with real load pretty easily.

The code also does seem inefficient but thats beside the point at the
moment (ex you seem to malloc for every incoming packet so you can do a
Yep. We haven't spent a lot of time on optimizations. Obviously that example can be fixed pretty quickly... except I'm not sure we can avoid it and stay thread safe? (linux can route multiple packets at the same time on an smp box right? so we can't just use a staically defined buffer...)

Ethan Sommer

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