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Dec
31
comment Linux TC class/filter numbering
I'm ensuring service availability on some other level, but thanks for concern. Actually, with good NIC's, it isn't that hard to have a linux router that can forward 10Gbits.
Nov
16
revised TC hashing filters - single rule deletion
added a simple description of problem
Nov
16
awarded  Promoter
Nov
16
comment TC hashing filters - single rule deletion
Strange, I got the same kernel. Could you provide the whole code you used for doing the test? Maybe I'm creating the rules wrong way...
Nov
15
comment TC hashing filters - single rule deletion
Nope, this deletes all filters for me :( What is your kernel/iproute version combination? maybe it's some kind of bug after all...
Nov
13
answered QoS configuration for a medium ISP
Nov
13
asked TC hashing filters - single rule deletion
Nov
13
answered thttpd: Daemon exiting, I don't know why
Aug
25
comment Linux TC class/filter numbering
64bit kernel uses the same sizes. For example, the filter number is u32-integer that consists of upper (protocol) and lower part (prio) both obviously 16bit. Class IDs are hardcoded as u16. Probably gonna try asking someone on LKML.
Aug
21
asked Linux TC class/filter numbering
Mar
24
accepted Unix sort for partially ordered data sets
Mar
24
awarded  Supporter
Mar
24
comment Unix sort for partially ordered data sets
good idea :] I just need to split the file to lines, but this can be done using splt -l 100000. Thanks
Mar
24
asked Unix sort for partially ordered data sets
Mar
10
awarded  Editor
Mar
10
revised Apache out of memory on
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Mar
10
answered Apache out of memory on
Feb
22
accepted IPTables Match for hashing IP addresses
Feb
20
comment IPTables Match for hashing IP addresses
robustnes nor security wouldn't do any problem, routers are mostly dedicated right. Performance kindof scares me, it should be able to match around 10k packets per second without being the topmost CPU user of the router. Good idea though, gonna read the docs.
Feb
20
comment IPTables Match for hashing IP addresses
Yeah it's close. Still I'd like some hash-supplied randomization for this. Probably gonna contact mikrotik and ask them to explain that, or code an u32 patch (which shouldn't be difficult at all)