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SubjectRe: [Web10g-user] Web10g TCP statistics patch - mainlining into kernel?
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> The user side of the list has been pretty quiet to be sure. Most of the
> discussion happens internal to the team. The primary KIS developer is out
> the office until next week but I'll try to make sure he addresses this as
> soon as he can. I agree entirely with the more eyes approach and none of us
> have a lot of ego sunk into the details of the code in and of itself. As
> researchers, more than anything else, we want the concept moved forward. We
> believe, strongly, that having these metrics in the mainline can really do a
> lot to help the entire user community and spur some really neat development.
>
> Chris
>
Hi Chris, Valdis,

This is certainly interesting, and something that we'd really want to
try to get in upstream Linux since it's is so intrusive in the stack
(we have actually done quite a bit of work in this area already that
might be applicable). Posting patches against davem's net-next branch
seems appropriate and you could certainly post them as RFC to start
some conversation.

Tom

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