On 2018/04/12 16:38, Matej Vido wrote:
On 11.04.2018 12:51, Ferruh Yigit wrote:
On 4/11/2018 10:36 AM, Matej Vido wrote:
On 10.04.2018 17:28, Ferruh Yigit wrote:
On 4/6/2018 3:12 PM, Matej Vido wrote:
NFB cards employ multiple Ethernet ports.
Until now, Ethernet port-related operations were performed on all of them
(since the whole card was represented as a single port).
With new NFB-200G2QL card, this is no longer viable.

Since there is no fixed mapping between the queues and Ethernet ports,
and since a single card can be represented as two ports in DPDK,
there is no way of telling which (if any) physical ports should be
associated with individual ports in DPDK.

This is also described in documentation in more detail.

Signed-off-by: Matej Vido <v...@cesnet.cz>
Signed-off-by: Jan Remes <re...@netcope.com>
   config/common_base                                 |   5 -
   .../nics/img/szedata2_nfb200g_architecture.svg     | 171 +++++++++++
Hi Matej,

This patch fails to apply [1], can you please confirm you can apply it?

$ git apply --check
error: corrupt patch at line 270
Hi Ferruh,

I've got same error on patch downloaded from patchwork. It seems that
the difference between the downloaded patch and the patch generated from
git is that the long lines in svg file are split into multiple lines in
the patch downloaded from patchwork. I suppose this could be the
problem. Any idea how to send a patch containing svg file correctly?
cc'ed Ogawa-san for support,

I remember he fixed similar issue in the past for spp, but I don't remember how?
Anyways I've hopefully fixed this by redrawing the image to avoid those long lines. I'm sending v2.

Hi Matej, Ferruh,

I also encountered the same problem for 998 chars limitation of SMTP. I fixed it by replacing objects with simpler ones.

You can check this error by using '--validate' option of git send-email.



Yasufumi Ogawa
NTT Network Service Systems Labs

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