Thanks William, but I need a timestamp when a packet enters the switch and
EMC and when it leaves.
I am thinking if I can do it by coding. Can you please refer me to a way to
accomplish this, in which file do I need to add it?
On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:58 PM, William Tu <u9012...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 6:43 AM, Att Att <attkillro...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi guys
> > I am looking for a way to measure latency of a packet when it goes
> > EMC and dpcls?I also want to test the time it spends in EMC and in dpcls
> > tables. Please suggest me a way to do that.
> > Thank you
> Try ovs-appctl dpif-netdev/pmd-stats-show
> # man ovs-vswitchd
> dpif-netdev/pmd-stats-show [dp]
> Shows performance statistics for each pmd thread of the
> datapath dp. The special thread ``main''
> sums up the statistics of every non pmd thread. The sum
> of ``emc hits'', ``masked hits'' and
> ``miss'' is the number of packets received by the
> datapath. Cycles are counted using the TSC or
> similar facilities (when available on the platform).
> To reset these counters use dpif-net‐
> dev/pmd-stats-clear. The duration of one cycle
> depends on the measuring infrastructure. ``idle
> cycles'' refers to cycles spent polling devices but
> not receiving any packets. ``processing
> cycles'' refers to cycles spent polling devices and
> successfully receiving packets, plus the
> cycles spent processing said packets.
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