Possible GSoC idea, eBPF for FreeBSD

K. Macy kmacy at freebsd.org
Thu Mar 15 05:18:29 UTC 2018

Do you have your work in progress code on github somewhere?.

On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 4:08 AM, Yutaro Hayakawa
<yhayakawa3720 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear FreeBSD Hackers
> Hello, this is Yutaro Hayakawa, master student of Keio University Japan.
> I’m now working for implementing eBPF for FreeBSD. I had talk about this
> in BSDCam2017 (https://wiki.freebsd.org/DevSummit/201708 <https://wiki.freebsd.org/DevSummit/201708>) and will make
> talk in BSDCan2018 (https://lists.bsdcan.org/pipermail/bsdcan-announce/2018-March/000168.html <https://lists.bsdcan.org/pipermail/bsdcan-announce/2018-March/000168.html>).
> Below you can see some work in progress codes.
> eBPF itself: https://github.com/YutaroHayakawa/generic-ebpf <https://github.com/YutaroHayakawa/generic-ebpf>
> eBPF + VALE software switch: https://github.com/YutaroHayakawa/vale-bpf <https://github.com/YutaroHayakawa/vale-bpf>
> To move this work forward, I’d like to make this GSoC project. I have a rough idea
> for what I do in 12weeks, but not yet discuss it with FreeBSD people.
> Is there anyone who willing to mentor this work? Could you discuss about this with
> me?
> Best Regards,
> Yutaro
> P.S
> For the people attended to AsiaBSDCon2018, I hope you enjoy Tokyo!
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