what about 5000 .. 10000 VLANs in one system?
brooks at one-eyed-alien.net
Fri Nov 14 11:23:04 PST 2003
On Fri, Nov 14, 2003 at 10:53:55AM -0800, John Polstra wrote:
> On 14-Nov-2003 Brooks Davis wrote:
> > I think is should work, but performance may be poor. Currently,
> > vlan_input() finds the correct vlan by searching the list of all vlans
> > until it finds the correct one. For that many vlans, it might be
> > necessicary to modify the code to use some form of balanced tree instead
> > of a simple list. This should be fairly straight forward to fix.
> Why not simply index directly into an array of 4096 pointers? Anybody
> running that many VLANs can afford the extra 16 kB per physical
I suggested the balanced tree because we've got two implementations in
sys/tree.h, but you are correct that the space probably isn't worth the
overhead of the trees. You'd have to use per physical interface trees
anyway, so that part would be the same.
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