Re: [PATCH 1/1] via-rhine: Fix hanging with high CPU load on low-end broads.
From: Bjarke Istrup Pedersen
Date: Fri Dec 30 2011 - 20:38:05 EST
2011/12/30 Bjarke Istrup Pedersen <gurligebis@xxxxxxxxxx>:
> 2011/12/30 Francois Romieu <romieu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
>> Bjarke Istrup Pedersen <gurligebis@xxxxxxxxxx> :
>>> Does not build with patch:
>> Neither did it here. My head is already elsewhere.
>>> Wouldn't it be an idea to move the declarations to a via-rhine.h file,
>>> and include it, to work around it, and seperate it like it should be?
>> Code could be correctly ordered too. Forward declare it. It's good enough
>> in the meantime.
> Forward declaring it makes it compile just fine.
> I'll try and do some stress test of it when the rest of the house goes
> to sleep, so I don't cut off the net :)
Okay, this is beginning to look great.
Just tried randomly up'ing/down'ing the interfaces on the router while
there was alot of trafic going between them (a client downloading a
knoppix live dvd using bittorrent) - survived without a single bump.
Also tried connect a machine to one of the ports, and copying a large
file across (something that before could make it lock up within 15
secords) - also worked without any problems - CPU usage around 15%
(mostly "top" using that), so thats not bad at all.
Is there any other testcases that I should try out?
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