David S. Miller writes:
> > Below much reworked version of the LC-trie for FIB lookup's. Much closer
> > to current FIB anatomy and locking. Parent pointers in the trie to avoid
> > own stacks etc. The option to merge tables has been removed and much
> > things
> > to keep things as simple and clean as possible. Although it's somewhat
> > complex.
> > Performance. We now perform about 25-30% better than current FIB in
> > heavy lookup situations (we test with full rDoS) The test below illustrates
> > this 123 kroutes in the routing table and rDoS is injected into eth0 at
> > 720 kpps routed traffic on eth1/eth3. route hash is not used and both
> > dst and src are looked up. LC-trie should work fine any size of routing
> > table..
> Very nice work Robert. Once TSO becomes less of a time sink I
> intend to help you out a bit.
Appreciate that.. take your time.
Seems the patch wasn't distributed on the list probably due to size.
So below is a gzipped version.
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