Re: NFQUEUE in bridge mode performance poor in the last kernels

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On Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 11:19 PM, Eric Dumazet <eric.dumazet@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Le mardi 06 mars 2012 à 10:05 +0800, tingwei liu a écrit :
>> In the past few days, I have puzzled by NFQUEUE in bridge mode.
>> I have take some test with five kernels.
>> 2.6.24.4
>> 2.6.36.4
>> 2.6.38
>> 3.0.8
>> 3.1.10
>>
>> The result is : 2.6.24.4,2.6.26.4,2.6.38 have a goog performance;
>> 3.0.8 and 3.1.10 have a poor performance.
>> Next is copy from suricata maillist( eric@xxxxxxxxx )
>>
>> I'm having a look at it. There has been some changes between the two
>> kernel versions (bringing more performances) but it seems there is some
>> side effects with bridge.
>> Thanks!
>
> More data is welcomed. What is "good", what is "bad" ?
>
Sorry for that.
My network is 100Mbps.
"good" means the forward bandwidth almost 100Mbps.
"bad" means the forward bandwidth with nfqueue only 30Mbps.
Thanks for your reply!
> You dont expect us to magically understand the issue, do you ?
>
> If you want some help, you should give as much information as possible.
>
>
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