marc at mbsi
Aug 19, 2001, 3:57 AM
Post #1 of 1
Re: Linux 2.4 networking/routing slowdown
If it helps I've written a small kernel module some time ago that
sends/receives packets via the sockets interface, over loopback by default..
Sorry about taking so long to reply and not being more involved;
I've been very busy and traveling (now in Israel, flying tonight to
Cairo Egypt etc.. back in Germany late next week and in Canada Sept 1st)
On Wed, Aug 15, 2001 at 03:07:32PM +0200, Robert Olsson wrote:
> Rusty Russell writes:
> > In message <15226.22648.20830.413840 [at] robur> you write:
> > > > You *can* help a bit by enlarging the hash tables: try:
> > > > insmod ipchains hashsize=100000
> > >
> > > I should say that I tested this too... with no improvement.
> > OK... that's good, it means this is a NEW problem 8). Now we want to
> > know where the problem is: is it in iptables, connection tracking or
> > the netfilter infrastructure itself?
> Well as said before I tried this with iptables... Loading one iptable
> module between each run. The performance drop came when connection
> tracking was loaded. Well you better verify but my two cents goes
> > Only profiling can answer this from here...
> > Rusty.