Re: [Announce] LARTC wiki available
Julien Vehent wrote:
On 2012-06-01 12:42, Niccolò Belli wrote:http://lartc.org is alive and kicking and there is no need for another wiki anymore. I'd like to thank both Bert and Carl-Daniel. NiccolòVery cool ! I'll try to find some time and move over some of the content I have here: http://wiki.linuxwall.info/doku.php/en:ressources:dossiers:networking:traffic_control
A couple of things that stand out after skimming through.DSL - Jeesper's overhead as noted in the comments is not 5 and anyway I think his good work has now been superseded by stab as it allows for negative overheads, which his did not.
man tc-stab has clear and good explanations and examples.SFQ - well it's literally been years since I knew it in detail, but limit was (back then at least) for all flows combined.
I tested (maybe not hard enough) quantum < mtu and never managed to prevent dequeues - I know it's not efficient and "forbiden" but back then at least it didn't break.
Anyway it seems that early this year SFQ got some love and now has several more options (red, headdrop, limit >127, depth as param) - so as long as your iproute/kernel is current have a look at man tc-sfq for details.
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