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Current state of Linux Networking

Peter P. Waskiewicz Jr. (peter.p.waskiewicz.jr@intel.com)

This Bird-Of-a-Feather meeting is to talk about the current state of advanced networking features. Many types of hardware now support multi-queue capabilities, and further kernel changes have expanded the support and usefulness of multi-queue devices. Now people want to use these features to solve problems, so how does one go about that? How does virtualization change things? Can all of the new advanced features be used in virtualized environments? How do Virtual Machine Queues and Single-Root IOV devices change SMP and RX side behaviors? Our goal of the BOF is to discuss possible generic solutions to these issues. Of course all other networking topics are welcome as well.



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