On 3/28/2013 3:15 PM, Adrian Chadd wrote:
On 28 March 2013 13:11, Joshua Isom <jri...@gmail.com> wrote:

I'd like to see if any other TX queue has a frame hanging around in it
that hasn't been completed.


I had syslogd pipe the output to a perl script to set the sysctl, not ideal
but effective I hope.  I've got two today.

Mar 28 07:03:01 jri kernel: ath0: ath_edma_tx_processq: Q1: empty?

.. interesting.


This is the interesting bit.

Mar 28 07:03:02 jri kernel: HW TXQ 0: axq_depth=0, axq_aggr_depth=0,
axq_fifo_depth=0, holdingbf=0
Mar 28 07:03:02 jri kernel: HW TXQ 1: axq_depth=0, axq_aggr_depth=0,
axq_fifo_depth=0, holdingbf=0
Mar 28 07:03:02 jri kernel: HW TXQ 2: axq_depth=0, axq_aggr_depth=0,
axq_fifo_depth=0, holdingbf=0
Mar 28 07:03:02 jri kernel: HW TXQ 3: axq_depth=0, axq_aggr_depth=0,
axq_fifo_depth=0, holdingbf=0
Mar 28 07:03:02 jri kernel: HW TXQ 8: axq_depth=0, axq_aggr_depth=0,
axq_fifo_depth=0, holdingbf=0

Right. None of these have any frames stuck in the FIFO. Good. Now, I
have to go chase down why we're seeing this.


I just noticed something odd, it counts from 0, 1, 2, 3, 8. It skips 4-7 and 9. Why aren't the rest set up?


oh I have attenuators. :-)

Is it plausibly 7-9 dB in your environment? :-) I'm worried that I've
not done the chip setup right and it's acting deaf-y.


Every device has poor reception in that room, but FreeBSD is the only one I can get numbers from. That's why the antenna I'm doing is directional. My laptop has an Intel chip, and even Intel's "Advanced Statistics" gives me no real numbers. The best I could give you is a "bar" count.


Adrian


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