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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/2] Traffic control cgroups subsystem
Hi Ranjit,

Acked the basic functional test of your patches QoS based
on controller group.

Regards,
Zumeng

Chen Zumeng wrote:
> 김재열 wrote:
>>> Incorporated fixes suggested by Li Zefan.
>>>
>>> Please consider for net-next-2.6.
>>>
>>> This patch provides a simple resource controller (cgroup_tc) based on
>>> the cgroups infrastructure to manage network traffic. The cgroup_tc
>>> resource controller can be used to schedule and shape traffic belonging
>>> to the task(s) in a particular cgroup.
>>>
>>> The implementation consists of two parts:
>>>
>>> 1) A resource controller (cgroup_tc) that is used to associate packets from
>>> a particular task belonging to a cgroup with a traffic control class id (
>>> tc_classid). This tc_classid is propagated to all sockets created by tasks
>>> in the cgroup and will be used for classifying packets at the link layer.
>>>
>>> 2) A new traffic control classifier (cls_cgroup) that can classify packets
>>> based on the tc_classid field in the socket to specific destination classes.
>>>
>>> An example of the use of this resource controller would be to limit the
>>> traffic from all tasks from a file_server cgroup to 100Mbps. We could
>>> achieve this by doing:
>>>
>>> # make a cgroup of file transfer processes and assign it a arbitrary
>>> unique # classid of 0x1234 - this will be used later to direct packets.
>>> mkdir -p /dev/cgroup
>>> mount -t cgroup tc -otc /dev/cgroup
>>> mkdir /dev/cgroup/file_transfer
>>> echo 0x1234 > /dev/cgroup/file_transfer/tc.classid
>>> echo $PID_OF_FILE_XFER_PROCESS > /dev/cgroup/file_transfer/tasks
>>>
>>> # Now create a HTB class that rate limits traffic to 100mbits and
>>> attach # a filter to direct all traffic from cgroup file_transfer to this new class.
>>> tc qdisc add dev eth0 root handle 1: htb tc class add dev eth0 parent
>>> 1: classid 1:10 htb rate 100mbit ceil 100mbit tc filter add dev eth0
>>> parent 1: handle 800 protocol ip prio 1 cgroup value 0x1234 classid
>>> 1:10
>>>
>>> Signed-off-by: Ranjit Manomohan <ranjitm <at> google.com>
>>>
>> I installed your patch to kernel-2.6.27-rc7 with some hunkles but without failes.
>> After compiling the kernel, I run the command which you wrote above. Most of all commands successfully are run except the last command " tc filter add dev eth0 parent 1: handle 800 protocol ip prio 1 cgroup value 0x1234 classid 1:10"
>>
>> After that, I received this messages
>> "Unknown filter "cgroup", hence option "value" is unparsable"
>>
>> So I operated this command with "strace", then below messages returned.
>> ...
>> socket(PF_NETLINK, SOCK_RAW, 0) = 3
>> setsockopt(3, SOL_SOCKET, SO_SNDBUF, [32768], 4) = 0 setsockopt(3, SOL_SOCKET, SO_RCVBUF, [32768], 4) = 0 bind(3, {sa_family=AF_NETLINK, pid=0, groups=00000000}, 12) = 0 getsockname(3, {sa_family=AF_NETLINK, pid=5452, groups=00000000}, [12]) = 0
>> time(NULL) = 1222389948
>> open("/usr/lib/tc/f_cgroup.so", O_RDONLY) = -1 ENOENT (No such file or directory) write(2, "Unknown filter \"cgroup\", hence o"..., 60Unknown filter "cgroup", hence option "value" is unparsable
> I think there may be a file named f_cgroup.c in iproute-2.6.xxxx/tc/,
> right? and it looks like tc_group should be supported by tc also.
>
> Regards,
> Zumeng
>> ) = 60
>> close(3) = 0
>> exit_group(1) = ?
>>
>> This messages told me tc couldn’t find "f_cgroup.so" library in my system.
>> With this message, I thought that we need a modified "tc" command file to recognize the new filter, cgroup.
>>
>> And I saw the line in your patch below
>> ">Please consider for net-next-2.6."
>> What's the meaning of the line?
>> I wonder if I have to adopt another patch for net-netxt-2.6 before adopting this patch?
>>
>> You didn't mentioned base kernel for this patch.
>> I am willing to know the base kernel version and why you didn't mention.
>>
>> I've worked couple of days for resolving this problem. But I couldn't find the proper answer yet.
>>
>> I'd really thank you if you help me.
>>
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