History log of /vpp/src/vnet/devices/devices.c
Revision Date Author Comments
# a25def78 26-Nov-2018 Dave Barach <dave@barachs.net>

Add a feature arc consistency check

Verify that last node in the computed feature order matches
reality. This check doesn't make sense in all cases, so we skip it if
the newly-added vnet_feature_arc_registration_t ".last_in_arc" datum
is a NULL pointer.

Change-Id: Ia99c3e2b2da2e4780a7d5bc71670c5742a66fef2
Signed-off-by: Dave Barach <dave@barachs.net>


# bd846cdc 21-Nov-2017 Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>

dpdk: add l2_hdr_offset and l3_hdr_offset in vlib_buffer_t

Change-Id: I0a6d1257e391c3b6f7da6498bd5f7d4c545d17e9
Signed-off-by: Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>


# bd8a611c 30-Jul-2017 Steven <sluong@cisco.com>

Devices: Set interface rx-mode may cause SIGSEGV with nonexistent queue

When I type in set interface rx-mode with a nonexistent queue, I got a crash with the following
traceback. It looks like the vm is NULL when vlib_node_get_runtime is called.

DBGvpp# sh int rx
Thread 0 (vpp_main):
node dpdk-input:
TenGigabitEthernet5/0/0 queue 0 (polling)
TenGigabitEthernet5/0/1 queue 0 (polling)
TenGigabitEthernet7/0/0 queue 0 (polling)
TenGigabitEthernet7/0/1 queue 0 (polling)
node vhost-user-input:
VirtualEthernet0/0/2 queue 0 (adaptive)
DBGvpp# set interface rx-mode VirtualEthernet0/0/2 queue 1 polling

Thread 1 "vpp_main" received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x00007ffff6d4e0bc in vlib_node_get_runtime (vm=0x0, node_index=125)
at /home/sluong/vpp/build-data/../src/vlib/node_funcs.h:92
92 vlib_node_t *n = vec_elt (nm->nodes, node_index);
(gdb) where
at /home/sluong/vpp/build-data/../src/vlib/node_funcs.h:92
at /home/sluong/vpp/build-data/../src/vlib/node_funcs.h:112
vnm=0x6f0fa0 <vnet_main>, hw_if_index=7, queue_id=1, mode=0x7fffb62099e8)
at /home/sluong/vpp/build-data/../src/vnet/devices/devices.c:307
hw_if_index=7, queue_id=1, mode=VNET_HW_INTERFACE_RX_MODE_POLLING)
at /home/sluong/vpp/build-data/../src/vnet/interface_cli.c:1192
vm=0x7ffff7b9d440 <vlib_global_main>, input=0x7fffb6209ef0,
cmd=0x7fffb61d5d14)
at /home/sluong/vpp/build-data/../src/vnet/interface_cli.c:1288
vm=0x7ffff7b9d440 <vlib_global_main>,
cm=0x7ffff7b9d630 <vlib_global_main+496>, input=0x7fffb6209ef0,
parent_command_index=18)
at /home/sluong/vpp/build-data/../src/vlib/cli.c:588
vm=0x7ffff7b9d440 <vlib_global_main>,
cm=0x7ffff7b9d630 <vlib_global_main+496>, input=0x7fffb6209ef0,
parent_command_index=12)

The fix is to add a check for vec_len(hw->input_node_thread_index_by_queue)
and vec_len (hw->rx_mode_by_queue) to reject the command if the queue_id is
out of bound. While at it, I notice inputting queue_id=-1 is being interpreted
as all queues. An easy fix is to not overload the queue_id variable with -1 to
mean something else.

Change-Id: Id70ec3e7d06ccc67635e6d28ef53420bdac4a988
Signed-off-by: Steven <sluong@cisco.com>


# 15ac81c1 20-Jun-2017 Pavel Kotucek <pkotucek@cisco.com>

P2P Ethernet

Change-Id: Idb97e573961b3bc2acdeef77582314590795f8c3
Signed-off-by: Pavel Kotucek <pkotucek@cisco.com>


# 4e53a0d0 21-Jun-2017 Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>

Introduce default rx mode for device drivers

If interface is down and queues are not configured then we are not able
to change rx-mode. This change introducess default mode which is stored
per interface and applied if driver wants.

Change-Id: I70149c21c1530eafc148d5e4aa03fbee53dec62f
Signed-off-by: Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>


# 6f9ac655 15-Jun-2017 Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>

Add missing barrier sync to rx placement infra code

Change-Id: I25ccf8260dbe7e1550aee3904a688fc135ce1f03
Signed-off-by: Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>


# f3b53643 01-May-2017 Steven <sluong@cisco.com>

vhost: migrate to use device infra for worker thread assignment, rx-mode.
and add adaptive mode support to receive queue

- Migrate vhost to use device infra which does the interface/queue to worker
thread assignment.

- Retire vhost thread CLI and corresponding code which assigns interface/queue
to worker thread. set interface placement should be used instead to customize
the interface/queue to worker thread assignment.

- Retire vhost interrupt/polling option when creating vhost-user interface.
Instead, set interface rx-mode should be used.

- Add code in vnet_device_input_unassign_thread to change the node state
to interrupt if the last polling interface has left the worker thread for the
device of the corresponding interface/queue.

- Add adaptive mode support. The node state is set to interrupt initially.
When the scheduler detects a burst of traffic, it switches the input node to
polling. Then we inform the device that we don't need interrupt notification.
When the traffic subsides, the scheduler switches the input node back to
interrupt. Then we immediately tell the driver that we want interrupt
notification again.

- Remove some duplicate code in vlib/main.c

Change-Id: Id19bb1b9e50e6521c6464f470f5825c26924d3a8
Signed-off-by: Steven <sluong@cisco.com>


# e3a395c8 09-May-2017 Steven <sluong@cisco.com>

device: Add callback for set interface rx-mode

- When the interface rx-mode is changed via CLI, the corresponding device
may want to know about it and to reset the driver. This patch is to add
the callback.

- In the function vnet_hw_interface_set_rx_mode, it appears it is missing
a line
hw->rx_mode_by_queue[queue_id] = mode

because the function is checking if the new mode is the same as
hw->rx_mode_by_queue which is initialized to POLLING. So if the function is
called to change the mode to interrupt, it just returns without doing
anything. This is the check that I am talking about in the same function.

if (hw->rx_mode_by_queue[queue_id] == mode)
return 0;

Change-Id: Iaca2651c43e0ae3fda6fd8dc128e247b0851cc65
Signed-off-by: Steven <sluong@cisco.com>


# 4403690c 27-Apr-2017 Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>

Add interface rx mode commands, unify rx mode and placement CLI

Change-Id: Ib506c3e9d66170f29e3266ad6dc4d32b829befba
Signed-off-by: Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>


# 67e06070 11-Apr-2017 Steven <sluong@cisco.com>

Devices: set interface placement does not remove the old interface placement

The command set interface placement is supposed to remove the existing
interface placement and add a new interface placement based on the given
options. My quick test for the CLI shows that the old interface placement
continues to exist. But the new interface placement is also added.

The bug exists in vnet_device_input_unassign_thread which checks
the old thread index is the same as the passed thread index and skips the
deletion if they are the same.

The fix is to remove the check which is not supposed to be there.

Change-Id: Ib055721fad47513949a03b3cb6dc292bd19fd1e8
Signed-off-by: Steven <sluong@cisco.com>


# 153646e8 05-Apr-2017 Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>

Common device-input interrupt infra

Change-Id: I23b588eb56a3f5690158449a1f9bc8053cd3d251
Signed-off-by: Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>


# 586afd76 05-Apr-2017 Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>

Use thread local storage for thread index

This patch deprecates stack-based thread identification,
Also removes requirement that thread stacks are adjacent.

Finally, possibly annoying for some folks, it renames
all occurences of cpu_index and cpu_number with thread
index. Using word "cpu" is misleading here as thread can
be migrated ti different CPU, and also it is not related
to linux cpu index.

Change-Id: I68cdaf661e701d2336fc953dcb9978d10a70f7c1
Signed-off-by: Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>


# eb743fad 20-Mar-2017 Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>

vnet: add device-input threadplacement infra

This change adds two new debug CLI command:

- "show interface placmenet" to display which
thread (main or worker) is responsible for processing
interface rx queue

vpp# show interface placement
Thread 0 (vpp_main):
node af-packet-input:
host-vpp1 queue 0
Thread 1 (vpp_wk_0):
node af-packet-input:
host-virbr0 queue 0
Thread 2 (vpp_wk_1):
node af-packet-input:
host-vpp2 queue 0
host-lxcbr0 queue 0

- "set interface placmenet" to assign thread (main or worker)
which process specific interface rx queue

vpp# set interface placement host-vpp1 queue 0 main

Change-Id: Id4dd00cf2b05e10fae2125ac7cb4411b446c5e9c
Signed-off-by: Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>


# 180279b9 16-Mar-2017 Neale Ranns <nranns@cisco.com>

Fix IP feature ordering.

Drop comes before lookup when enabled. is_first_or_last is not required when setting a feature, the anchor is added in find_config_with_features().
Don't make the PG interfaces automatically L3 enabled, this way we can have tests that check the L3 protocol disbaled behaviour.

Change-Id: Icef22a920b27ff9cec6ab2da6b05f05c532cb60f
Signed-off-by: Neale Ranns <nranns@cisco.com>


# b3bb1010 28-Feb-2017 Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>

devices: vnet_get_aggregate_rx_packets should not be dpdk specific

Change-Id: I1152db4b7d1602653d7d8b2c6cb28cf5c526c4ca
Signed-off-by: Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>


# 7cd468a3 19-Dec-2016 Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>

Reorganize source tree to use single autotools instance

Change-Id: I7b51f88292e057c6443b12224486f2d0c9f8ae23
Signed-off-by: Damjan Marion <damarion@cisco.com>