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SubjectRe: Fire Engine??
> There are a still few inefficiencies with this approach, though. Most
> notable is the fact that you need to call kmap_atomic() several times
> per page since the socket lower layers will usually be feeding you 1
> skb at a time. I thought you might be referring to those (and that you
> might have a good solution to propose ;-))

For kmap_atomic? Run a x86-64 box ;-)

In general doing things with more than one packet at a time would
be probably a good idea, but I don't have any deep thoughts on how
to implement this for TCP RX.

-Andi
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