>On 2016年05月24日 04:14,address@hidden wrote:
> >From: Wei Xu<address@hidden>
> >Changes in V5:
> >- Passed all IPv4/6 test cases
> >- Add new fields in 'virtio_net_hdr'
> >- Set 'gso_type' & 'coalesced packets' in new field.
> >- Bypass all 'tcp option' packet
> >- Bypass all 'pure ack' packet
> >- Bypass all 'duplicate ack' packet
> >- Change 'guest_rsc' feature bit to 'false' by default
> >- Feedbacks from v4, typo, etc.
>Patch does not apply on master ...
> >There is still a few pending issues about the feature bit, and need to be
> >discussed with windows driver maintainer, so linux guests with this patch
> >won't work at current, haven't figure it out yet, but i'm guessing it's
> >caused by the 'gso_type' is set to 'VIRTIO_NET_HDR_GSO_TCPV4/6',
> >will fix it after get the final solution, the below test steps and
> >performance data is based on v4.
>Can we split the patches into smaller ones to make review or merging easier?
>E.g can we send the patches without any feature negotiation and vnet header
>We can focus on the coalescing (maybe ipv4) without any guest involvement in
>this series. In this way, the issues were limited and can be converged soon.
>After this has been merged, we can add patches that co-operate with guests
>on top (since it needs agreement on virtio specs). Does this sounds a good