Question about network stack advancements to be on the same level as Linux kernel 3.9+
adrian at freebsd.org
Sat Nov 9 20:57:14 UTC 2013
This was talked about at bsdcan. Gleb indicated interest in doing it
for at least TCP.
Gleb - any other comments?
On 9 November 2013 11:46, Oleg Moskalenko <mom040267 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am a developer of rfc5766-turn-server project. I am using FreeBSD as the
> main dev platform but I am porting it to everywhere else. I noticed that
> Linux kernel 3.9+ has some tremendous network stack improvements which can
> actually help us to achieve the performance goal - the efficient symmetric
> UDP multithreading server. I tested the kernel 3.11 and indeed it works
> 1) It allows multiple UDP sockets to be bound to the same local address and
> 2) It distributes the incoming traffic "fairly" among the UDP sockets;
> 3) It preserves the source-destination communication path (persistent path)
> so that the same socket will always receive the data from the same source.
> This is an article about the change:
> Those features allow very efficient UDP servers to be created. That was not
> possible with older Linuxes and with current FreeBSD (I use version 9.1).
> Are there any plans in FreeBSD to adopt the same kind of changes ? With
> growing media-over-internet use cases, making UDP servers more efficient is
> getting a high priority task status.
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