assembly of packets
vsdssd at gmail.com
Tue Jun 4 02:44:54 EDT 2013
On receving side upto tcp layer skb->len=1480 now where is packet assembled
on tcp layer ?
or it is directly copies into user space buffer.
I am sending len = 10000 in send system call.
On Mon, Jun 3, 2013 at 9:45 PM, Craig Jackson <cjackson at ebscohost.com>wrote:
> In my experience, the second paragraph isn't quite true. What you see with
> TSO is the pre-segmentation "packet", up to 65k. (By this I mean the set of
> data which is given to the offload hardware to segment.) So you need to
> make sure that your "-s" value is big enough to see everything.
> (Speaking as someone who was bitten by bugs in the early versions of TSO.)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: kernelnewbies-bounces+cjackson=ebscohost.com at kernelnewbies.org[mailto:
> kernelnewbies-bounces+cjackson=ebscohost.com at kernelnewbies.org] On Behalf
> Of Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu
> Sent: Monday, June 03, 2013 12:03 PM
> To: Varun Sharma
> Cc: kernelnewbies at kernelnewbies.org
> Subject: Re: assembly of packets
> On Mon, 03 Jun 2013 14:48:41 +0530, Varun Sharma said:
> > If TSO(tcp segmentation offload ) is enabled then nic card handle
> > segmentation then where is assembly of packets happens ? Is it
> > tcp_rcv_established function ?
> The whole *point* of TSO is so the NIC does all the segmentation
> reassembly and DMA, and wake the kernel up when all the data is already
> stashed in buffers fully processed.
> Incidentally, this is why if you run tcpdump on an interface that has TSO
> enabled, you'll only see the first 3 handshaking packets and the final FIN
> packets - the other packets wake up the TCP stack at a point after where
> tcpdump's tap would have seen the packet.
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