Hi John,

John Crispin <j...@phrozen.org> writes:

> RPS and probably other kernel features are currently broken on some if not
> all DSA devices. The root cause of this is that skb_hash will call the
> flow_dissector. At this point the skb still contains the magic switch
> header and the skb->protocol field is not set up to the correct 802.3
> value yet. By the time the tag specific code is called, removing the header
> and properly setting the protocol an invalid hash is already set. In the
> case of the mt7530 this will result in all flows always having the same
> hash.
> Changes since RFC:
> * use a callback instead of static values
> * add cover letter
> John Crispin (4):
>   net-next: dsa: move struct dsa_device_ops to the global header file
>   net-next: dsa: add flow_dissect callback to struct dsa_device_ops
>   net-next: tag_mtk: add flow_dissect callback to the ops struct
>   net-next: dsa: fix flow dissection

The "net-next" tag goes into the subject-prefix, i.e.
"[PATCH net-next v3 0/4]" (this is the result of git format-patch
--subject-prefix="PATCH net-next" -v3 --cover-letter.)

The commit title prefix represents the most impacted subsystem, here
"net: dsa: xxx" would map the net/dsa/ or drivers/net/dsa directories.

Other than that, the whole patchset LGTM:

Reviewed-by: Vivien Didelot <vivien.dide...@savoirfairelinux.com>



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