On 4/13/2018 4:03 PM, Jan Remeš wrote: > It is mentioned on the website with the packages itself. The current > version works with the reworked PMD - there is a headline which says: > "DPDK from 18.05" (since we expect the patches to land in the upcoming > release; we will update it if this does not happen). > > The older version is still available on the website, with appropriate > installation steps and a headline that says "DPDK up to 18.02". > > Is this form of documentation sufficient for you or would you like to > see it mentioned in the DPDK documentation as well?
I think it is better to have some level of information in DPDK documentation too. There is already a release note update in this set, do you think does it make sense to mention new dependency there? I will get patches right now, please send doc/release notes updates as incremental patches. > > Thanks, > Jan > Jan Remeš | Software Developer > Netcope Technologies, a.s. > > T: +420 530 510 680 > A: Sochorova 3232/34, Brno, 616 00, Czech Republic > W: www.netcope.com > > > > > On Fri, Apr 13, 2018 at 4:26 PM, Ferruh Yigit <ferruh.yi...@intel.com> wrote: >> On 4/13/2018 9:17 AM, Jan Remeš wrote: >>>> >>>> Hi Matej, >>>> >>>> Where szedata_get_area_numa_node() is defined? >>>> Is it possible that you are missing a patch? >>>> >>>> Thanks, >>>> ferruh >>> >>> Hi Ferruh, >>> >>> the new PMD requires an updated version of libsze2 and drivers. We >>> have just published the updated packages here: >>> https://www.netcope.com/en/company/community-support/dpdk-libsze2. >> >> DPDK documentation mentions about libsze2 dependency but there is no version >> mentioned. >> >> And I have not seen any note that says a new version of library is required, >> perhaps I missed it, is there a documentation which says which version of >> DPDK >> requires which version of the dependencies? >> >> What is the way of tracing this dependency? >> >>> Sorry for the hickup. >>> >>> Best regards, >>> Jan >>> >>