Maxim Sobolev wrote:

> Mark Murray wrote:
> > > In addition to reported earlier general machine slowdown with
> > > interrupt harvesting is turning on, ethernet entropy harvesting
> > > seriously hammers network performance as well. Ftping big file over my
> > > 10M network now about 15% slower with ethernet harvesting turning on.
> >
> > Even with the Rijndael code and kern.random.sys.burst=$SMALLNUMBER ??
> I've not tried Rijndael code yet, do you think that it could make a noticeable
> difference? As for kern.random.sys.burst=$SMALLNUMBER I think that it is your
> task to tune defaults in such a way that it would not disturb even low-profile
> users (i.e. would not cause any measureable performance degradation). Tuning
> defaults with power users in mind is extremly bad idea - we are not an OS with
> mininal configuration PIII-500/128MB.

Have to admit that after updating my kernel all these and several other
harvester-related problems are gone. Now there is no measureable difference in
performance with harvesting turning on and off and mouse moves smothly without
usual patch for scmouse.c. ;)

Finally I can thank you for a good work Mark!


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