On 1 Dec 2014, at 23:12, Julian Elischer wrote:
On 12/2/14, 12:07 PM, George Neville-Neil wrote:
the interesting benchmarks are if you have multiple sessions and
spread them across multiple vimage jails, and compare that with the
same number of sessions crowded onto a single machine..
On 30 Nov 2014, at 5:04, Julian Elischer wrote:
On 11/29/14, 5:28 PM, Craig Rodrigues wrote:
On Mon, Nov 24, 2014 at 9:03 AM, Julian Elischer
<jul...@freebsd.org <mailto:jul...@freebsd.org>> wrote:
> also look at the following: (a little dated)
This is a useful document. I put it on the wiki:
Thanks.. wow, did I actually know ALL that only 5 years ago?
Scary. probbaly worth having someone who is currently active and up
to date look at it to see if it's all still correct..
especially the module load/unload stuff.
On a slight tangent. I ran VIMAGE kernels vs. non VIMAGE kernels for
both a VANILLA kernel
and a PF kernel (PF on but no rules) as a quick smoke test today. The
raw forwarding performance
was unchanged between kernels with and without VIMAGE on a 10G based
system in the Sentex lab
(lion1). I will be doing a bit more work in this area and will then
put up some results in my
netperf github repo.
The tests are easy enough to run if you have 3 systems, and Conductor
installed. The source, sink
and dut config files are all there to be updated and tried.
lock contention goes down of course so things can actually get faster.
All in good time.
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