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Re: ds patches for statistics
On Tue, 9 Nov 1999, Sergio wrote:
> yes, but my idea was that taking the time stamp in netif_rx, I have only
> a more accurated value: does it disturb the other codes?
> Moreover, if I create my own variable, than I have to call two funcions
> in netif_rx (do_gettimeofday and get_fast_time) for each packet. I was
> thinking that it can be too heavy. Isn't it?
Maybe it doesnt harm anything -- but it is better to be safe;
> >- In your scheme, you have to change every qdisc that you want to
> >participate in the "profiling". You might want to sync with Ole
> ><firstname.lastname@example.org> -- i am not sure if he is on this mailing list
> >Ole has a nice scheme with a classful qdisc which you "wrap around"
> >a qdisc that you want to "profile". I dont think he had the concept of
> >profiling rates and latencies, this is something you could add. His was
> >more sort of a tcpdump/sniffer-tracer for qdiscs. i.e it would show you
> >traces of the path that a packet takes as it wiggles its way through
> >qdisc membrane.
> Yes. In this first step I've considered only cbq, for it is the only one
> that we're using for our tests.
Try talking to Ole; it will make it easier for you in the future.
I have cc'ed him.