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Stephen Anderson wrote:
Patrick would be a better person to ask. Please use netdev mailing list in the futureHello, To help increase throughput and bypass the backlog queue, I changed the netif_rx() to netif_receive_skb() in vlan_skb_recv(). What's the argument for using netif_rx() other than legacy maintenance? At this point, interrupt context should not be an issue. Layer 2 performance has been a big focus in my area of development. I'm sure you have seen many attempts to implement a single VLAN aware IVL FDB in the past and I was wondering which attempt do you feel was the best? Have you ever considered integrating your VLAN support natively into the bridging code base or know of any attempts to do just that?
as well, as we are closing this list in a few days. Thanks, Ben
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