kandi X-RAY | xsk Summary
kandi X-RAY | xsk Summary
Compatible environment for SAP HANA Extended Application Services (XS) based applications outside of SAP HANA instance running in a container deployed on Kubernetes
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Replies if the given path is valid
- Register a predelivered table function
- Register a predelivered procedure
- Register a predelivered schema file
- Matches an attribute_name
- Matches an attribute_definition
- Execute the alter entity
- Execute alter - table
- Create the CreateTable
- Execute the drop table
- Init type system
- Filter resources
- Execute the Create View
- Execute the Create Table Type
- Gets all imported records from a table
- Synchronizes the XSK DataStructures
- Execute create synonym statement
- Creates an XSKODataModel from raw content
- Exit the object model
- Matches SQL + command
- Matches a variable name
- Matches a Type_body
- Export an entity into a XSDATA entity
- Executes the drop table
- Returns a string representation of this library
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xsk Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on xsk
I want to implement XDP_SHARED_UMEM: https://www.kernel.org/doc/html/latest/networking/af_xdp.html#xdp-shared-umem-bind-flag
libbpf library function
xsk_socket__create (https://github.com/libbpf/libbpf/blob/master/src/xsk.c) checks the
xsk_umem->refcount value. In case it is greater than 1, the
XDP_SHARED_UMEM option of a
struct sockaddr_xdp is set.
So as far as I understand correctly, I "just" need to pass the original umem struct of the socket I want to share the umem with and the rest is done by
The way I tried to do it was to let the first process copy its
umem-struct into a shared-memory area where the second process could load it from. But because
struct xsk_umem is defined in
xsk.c it is hidden from the user and I am not able to do something like this:
memcpy(shdm_ptr, umem, sizeof(struct xsk_umem))
I don't know how they expect someone to use the shared umem feature?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-12 at 16:24
So this was discussed on the xdp-newbies mailing list. Reporting here for the record.
It is not recommended to go with a multi-process setup as you are trying to do. Björn says:
Note that if you'd like to do a multi-process setup with shared umem, you: need to have a control process that manages the fill/completion rings, and synchronize between the processes, OR re-mmap the fill/completetion ring from the socket owning the umem in multiple processes and synchronize the access to them. Neither is pleasant.
Honestly, not a setup I'd recommend.
And he adds:
Just for completeness; To setup shared umem:
- create socket 0 and register the umem to this.
- mmap the fr/cr using socket 0
- create socket 1, 2, n and refer to socket 0 for the umem.
So, in a multiprocess solution step 3 would be done in separate processes, and step 2 depending on your application. You'd need to pass socket 0 to the other processes and share the umem memory from the process where socket 0 was created. This is pretty much a threaded solution, given all the shared state.
I advice not taking this path.
(Credits to Björn.)
Why is setting
SO_TIMESTAMP not supported for an
AF_XDP socket? The user manual of my driver (
mlnx 5.0) states that
Incoming packets are time-stamped before they are distributed on the PCI depending on the congestion in the PCI buffers.
To my knowledge,
before distributed on the PCI means that there is no Linux Kernel involved (yet) - right?
I tried setting it like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-09 at 09:03
There is no technical reason on why it is not implemented.
Indeed, it looks like it is on the To-Do list of the xdp development team.
Cite from here:
Important medium-term tasks
...Metadata from hardware
There are various hardware metadata items that would be useful for XDP programs to access, to reduce the amount of processing that needs to happen in eBPF. These include:
- Hash value
- Flow designator
- Higher-level protocol header offsets
It looks like this is on the To-Do since June 2019, so it probably doesn't have top priority, otherwise it would already be implemented.
I want to measure packet latency for my AF-XDP program. I was looking at this reference: https://github.com/xdp-project/xdp-project/blob/master/areas/arm64/xdp_for_tsn.org
and adapted it to this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-03 at 11:09
The snippet you used is described in the tutorial as pseudo-code, it is not a complete and functional example. Let's have a look at the verifier log:
How can I store attribute value in a variable?
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Apr-19 at 11:31
I am trying to define an enum struct in C as following. I get the error ** Illegal storage class**....
ANSWERAnswered 2017-May-23 at 08:04
No vulnerabilities reported
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