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    SubjectRe: >10% performance degradation since 2.6.18
    > for networking, especially for incoming data such as new connections,
    > that isn't the case.. that's more or less randomly (well hash based)
    > distributed.

    Ok. Still binding them all to a single CPU all is quite dumb. It
    makes MSI-X quite useless and probably even harmful.

    We don't default to socket power saving for normal scheduling either,
    but only when you specify a special knob. I don't see why interrupts
    should be different.

    -Andi

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    ak@linux.intel.com -- Speaking for myself only.


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