Multiqueue testing project - final status report
gnn at freebsd.org
Sat Aug 29 21:01:21 UTC 2015
On 27 Aug 2015, at 10:59, Tiwei Bie wrote:
> Dear All!
> This is the final status report of the Multiqueue Testing Project.
> The aim of this project is to design and implement an infrastructure
> to validate that a number of the network stack's multiqueue behaviours
> are as expected.
> The deliverables of this project mainly consist of:
> - A general mechanism to collect the per-ring per-cpu statistics
> which can be used by all NIC drivers, and the extended netstat(1)
> which can report these statistics.
> - A suite of network stack behavior testing programs which consists
> of (a) a virtual multiqueue ethernet interface (vme), (b) a UDP
> packet generator based on vme, (c) a UDP server based on socket(2),
> (d) a TCP client based on lwip and vme, (e) a TCP server based on
> At present, most parts of this project have been implemented. Few
> parts have been committed to -HEAD, and other parts have been submitted
> to Phabricator.
> Now, I'm also working on improving the IPv6 RSS supports with the
> help of adrian at . ^_^
> Finally, I want to say thank you to my mentor Hiren, George and Robert,
> for the helps and guidance! ^_^
I've seen quite a few commits go by which is most excellent. Quick question,
where are the tests? Did I miss those?
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