LPC 2012 > Qdisc Experiments at 10Gbps

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Linux provides advanced mechanism for traffic classification and shaping. Central to this role is the queuing discipline. Recently we have done work allowing hardware to offload some of these traditionally CPU intensive task and have experimented with mechanisms to improve performance on many-core systems.

 

Here we would like to highlight work such as the queuing scheduler 'mqprio' that have recently been accepted upstream. As well as share results from experimental work running lockless queuing disciplines and classifiers on many-core systems and fat pipes (10Gbps and greater).

 

Topic Lead: John Fastabend

https://blueprints.launchpad.net/lpc/+spec/lpc2012-net-tc-shaping