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Subject[NET PATCH 0/9] ZC/L4RO enhancements to alacrityvm::vbus-enet driver
The following series applies to the "linux-next" branch in the
alacrityvm tree:


These patches add support for zero-copy, and reassembly-offloading to the
venet driver. This means we can transmit a guest GSO packet directly into
the host hardware, and receive fully reassembled LRO frames without
artificially segmenting them.

Unofficial testing against a ZC/L4RO capable backend show that we are
supporting about 6.6Gb/s in throughput (vs 7.3Gb/s for native) which is
up from the prior result of 5.7Gb/s without affecting our latency numbers.
I will officially re-run my tests and update the graphs asap.

Kind Regards,


Gregory Haskins (9):
venet: add Layer-4 Reassembler Offload (L4RO) support
venet: add a tx-complete event for out-of-order support
venet: use an skblist for outstanding descriptors
venet: add eventq protocol
venet: cache the ringlen values at init
venet: report actual used descriptor size
venet: add pre-mapped tx descriptor feature
venet: fix gso.hdr_len to report correct length
venet: Update maintainer

drivers/net/vbus-enet.c | 770 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++----
include/linux/venet.h | 61 +++-
3 files changed, 764 insertions(+), 74 deletions(-)

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