On 09/06/14 00:09, Rick Macklem wrote:
Hans Petter Selesky wrote:
On 09/05/14 23:19, Eric Joyner wrote:
There are some concerns if we use this with devices that ixl
- The maximum fragment size is 16KB-1, which isn't a power of 2.
Multiplying by powers of two are more fast, than non-powers of two.
in this case you would have to use 8KB as a maximum.
Well, I'm no architecture expert, but I really doubt the CPU delay of a
non-power of 2 multiply/divide is significant related to doing smaller
TSO segments. Long ago (as in 1970s) I did work on machines where shifts
for power of 2 multiply/divide was preferable, but these days I doubt it
is going to matter??
You also need to patch LAGG and VLAN drivers?
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