Is there an API for ipfw?
rizzo at icir.org
Sun Apr 2 04:19:58 UTC 2006
On Sat, Apr 01, 2006 at 06:34:12PM -0500, Mikhail Teterin wrote:
> On Saturday 01 April 2006 03:57 pm, you wrote:
> = i don't know on which version of freebsd is this occurring,
> = it would help knowning - as well as knowing if this is an
> = UP/SMP and whether it is working as a bridge or router.
> It is a FreeBSD/amd64-6.1 as of February 7, running on a signle Opteron 244
> (hence UP). Machine has 2Gb of RAM and the active interface is em0 in full
so the pipe acts just on traffic from/to the local host ?
> duplex 1GB mode. The ipfw and dummynet are loaded modules, not compiled in
> (don't know, if that matters).
should not make a difference.
It would help if you could run, when the traffic stalls, a tcpdump on
both source and destination, and tell me where you see the traffic.
Also i would need to know who is the source and who is the receiver, and
whether the pipe is on the sender or receiver side, and on the input or
> Without the pipes, the same Sun machine (NFS client) sends this data at around
> 36Mb/s, which is too fast for my program to compress, so I'd like to be able
> to throttle it.
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