I am using Linux 2.4.2.
I am trying to estimate the time taken by the system
to process packets at different stages. I am basically
trying to find out where the bottleneck is, in some
386 and 486 machines, while processing packets.
Can you please let me know how I could go about
finding out the time spent in processing the packet at
different stages: from the moment it is received by
the Ethernet card to the time when it is delivered to
the application. Do I have any system call / lib /
command for this? Or do we have an ioctl() for this ?
Thanks in advance.
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