Re: [PATCH net-next v10 00/16] splice, net: Replace sendpage with sendmsg(MSG_SPLICE_PAGES), part 1

From: patchwork-bot+netdevbpf
Date: Wed May 24 2023 - 00:20:36 EST


This series was applied to netdev/net-next.git (main)
by Jakub Kicinski <kuba@xxxxxxxxxx>:

On Mon, 22 May 2023 13:11:09 +0100 you wrote:
> Here's the first tranche of patches towards providing a MSG_SPLICE_PAGES
> internal sendmsg flag that is intended to replace the ->sendpage() op with
> calls to sendmsg(). MSG_SPLICE_PAGES is a hint that tells the protocol
> that it should splice the pages supplied if it can and copy them if not.
> This will allow splice to pass multiple pages in a single call and allow
> certain parts of higher protocols (e.g. sunrpc, iwarp) to pass an entire
> message in one go rather than having to send them piecemeal. This should
> also make it easier to handle the splicing of multipage folios.
> [...]

Here is the summary with links:
- [net-next,v10,01/16] net: Declare MSG_SPLICE_PAGES internal sendmsg() flag
- [net-next,v10,02/16] net: Pass max frags into skb_append_pagefrags()
- [net-next,v10,03/16] net: Add a function to splice pages into an skbuff for MSG_SPLICE_PAGES
- [net-next,v10,04/16] tcp: Support MSG_SPLICE_PAGES
- [net-next,v10,05/16] tcp: Convert do_tcp_sendpages() to use MSG_SPLICE_PAGES
- [net-next,v10,06/16] tcp_bpf: Inline do_tcp_sendpages as it's now a wrapper around tcp_sendmsg
- [net-next,v10,07/16] espintcp: Inline do_tcp_sendpages()
- [net-next,v10,08/16] tls: Inline do_tcp_sendpages()
- [net-next,v10,09/16] siw: Inline do_tcp_sendpages()
- [net-next,v10,10/16] tcp: Fold do_tcp_sendpages() into tcp_sendpage_locked()
- [net-next,v10,11/16] ip, udp: Support MSG_SPLICE_PAGES
- [net-next,v10,12/16] ip6, udp6: Support MSG_SPLICE_PAGES
- [net-next,v10,13/16] udp: Convert udp_sendpage() to use MSG_SPLICE_PAGES
- [net-next,v10,14/16] ip: Remove ip_append_page()
- [net-next,v10,15/16] af_unix: Support MSG_SPLICE_PAGES
- [net-next,v10,16/16] unix: Convert unix_stream_sendpage() to use MSG_SPLICE_PAGES

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