|Subject:||Re: [Qemu-devel] [ Patch 0/2] Support Receive-Segment-Offload(RSC) for WHQL test of Window guest|
|Date:||Fri, 18 Mar 2016 14:30:48 +0800|
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On 2016年03月18日 13:21, Jason Wang wrote:
On 03/18/2016 12:24 PM, Wei Xu wrote:On 2016年03月18日 10:22, Jason Wang wrote:On 03/18/2016 12:57 AM, Wei Xu wrote:On 2016年03月17日 23:44, Michael S. Tsirkin wrote:On Thu, Mar 17, 2016 at 11:21:28PM +0800, Wei Xu wrote:On 2016年03月17日 14:47, Jason Wang wrote:On 03/15/2016 05:17 PM,address@hidden wrote:From: Wei Xu<address@hidden> Fixed issues based on rfc patch v2: 1. Removed big param list, replace it with 'NetRscUnit' 2. Different virtio header size 3. Modify callback function to direct call. 4. Needn't check the failure of g_malloc() 5. Other code format adjustment, macro naming, etc This patch is to support WHQL test for Windows guest, while this feature also benifits other guest works as a kernel 'gro' like feature with userspace implementation. Feature information:http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/jj853324Both IPv4 and IPv6 are supported, though performance with userspace virtio is slow than vhost-net, there is about 1x to 3x performance improvement to userspace virtio, this is done by turning this feature on and disable 'tso/gso/gro' on corresponding tap interface and guest interface, while get less improment with all these feature on. Test steps: Although this feature is mainly used for window guest, i used linux guest to help test the feature, to make things simple, i used 3 steps to test the patch as i moved on. 1. With a tcp socket client/server pair running on 2 linux guest, thus i can control the traffic and debugging the code as i want. 2. Netperf on linux guest test the throughput. 3. WHQL test with 2 Windows guests. Current status: IPv4 pass all the above tests. IPv6 just passed test step 1 and 2 as described ahead, the virtio nic cannot receive any packet in WHQL test, looks like the test traffic is not sent from on the support machine, test device can access both host and another linux guest, tried a lot of ways to work it out but failed, maybe debug from windows guest driver side can help figuring it out.I think you need figure out where was the packet dropped first. If the packet was not dropped by windows guest, you may want to try dropmonitor.Yes, there is something wrong with my previous description, i add some debug code and did new test, the packets are received by virtio_net_receive() and are finished putting to the vring with no error and sent to win guest already, but wireshark on win guest doesn't get it, because the test case did some hacking on the filter, it installed another lightweight filter, i'm not sure how these packets go in the guest, maybe they are received but dropped by driver or stack, etc.Add some debug output in the driver, rebuild it and see packets as they are received and passed up the stack.Yes, but this is to win guest, i tried to build a windows debug binary but failed, is there any possible missing path in virtio between pushed it to vring and notified the guest successfully? i'm sure at this by debugging it with gdb.Is the packet always dropped or does it help if you turn off some configuration (e.g checksum offloads) works?Yes, only the test packets are dropped, there is no checksum for ipv6 header, i remembered i disabled checksum offloads and changed other features(RSS) in the guest but it doesn't help, is there any other tunable values for qemu?-device virtio-net-pci,? can gives you all the properties.
ok, thanks a lot.
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