From: Tariq Toukan <>
Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2016 16:08:35 +0300

> In this series, we refactor our Striding RQ receive-flow to always use
> fragmented WQEs (Work Queue Elements) using order-0 pages, omitting the
> flow that allocates and splits high-order pages which would fragment
> and deplete high-order pages in the system.
> The first patch gives a slight degradation, but opens the opportunity
> to using a simple page-cache mechanism of a fair size.
> The page-cache, implemented in patch 3, not only closes the performance
> gap but even gives a gain.
> In patch 2 we re-organize the code to better manage the calls for
> alloc/de-alloc pages in the RX flow.
> Series generated against net-next commit:
> bed806cb266e "Merge branch 'mlxsw-ethtool'"

Series applied, thanks.

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