> On 6 Mar, 2018, at 1:17 pm, Toke Høiland-Jørgensen <t...@toke.dk> wrote:
>> So far it looks like everything is working fine and behaving as it
>> should (on a plain Ethernet interface). The one wrinkle is that it
>> takes a few thousand packets for the avg_off value to converge on the
>> true value, but that should easily be tolerable in most cases.
> So, erm, what do the new stats mean? ;)
avg_off: the average observed offset of the transport header in packets. This
should converge to 14 on Ethernet.
max/min_tran: tracking the transport-layer size of packets; max_tran =
max_len-avg_off if GSO is off.
max/min_adj: tracking the overhead-adjusted size of packets; these should be
the adjusted sizes of the corresponding transport-layer sizes, so can be used
to check the calculations.
It's probably feasible to lay these out better in the output, so they take up
fewer lines on screen.
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