On Wed, 21 Sep 2016, Dave Taht wrote:
* It seriously outcompetes cubic, particularly on the single queue aqms.
fq_codel is fine. I need to take apart the captures to see how well it
is behaving in this case. My general hope was that with fq in place,
anything that was delay based worked better as it was only competing
I'm looking at 4up-sqwave-fq_bfifo-256k. Is this really fq_bfifo, or just
bfifo? Looks like there is no fq.
If someone doesn't have the correct Flent available, I posted two
screenshots here: http://imgur.com/a/cFtMd
What I think I see:
The flows are started in order: "BBR1, CUBIC2, BBR4, CUBIC3" (a bit
confusing, but according to your description).
So it looks like BBR1 fills the pipe within half a second or so, nice
steady state. Then CUBIC2 starts, and slowly over a few seconds, starts to
starve BBR1 of BW, it looks like steady state here would be that CUBIC2
would end up with around 65-70% of the BW, and BBR1 getting 30-35%. Then
BBR4 comes along (10 seconds in), and just KILLS them both, smacks them
over the head with a hammer, taking 90% of the BW, wildly oscillating in
BW way above 20 megabit/s down to 10. The ping here goes up to around
150-160ms. CUBIC3 starts at 15 seconds and get basically no bw at all.
Then at around 22 seconds in, I guess pretty close to 12-13 seconds after
BBR4 was started, BBR4 starts to calm down, slowly letting the other
streams come back to life. At around 30 seconds, they all seem to get at
least a bit of the bw each and nobody is completely starved, but BBR1
seems to not get much BW at all (very dotted line).
When at the end there is only CUBIC3 and BBR4 left, it looks like BBR4 has
a 2/3 to 1/3 advantage.
Looking at cake_flowblind_noecn, BBR1 and BBR4 just kills both CUBIC
flows. Same with PIE.
So it seems my intuition was wrong, at least for these scenarios. It
wasn't CUBIC that would kill BBR, it's the other way around. Great to have
testing tools! Thanks Flent!
Mikael Abrahamsson email: swm...@swm.pp.se
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