Multi core validate ospf
jensenja at gmail.com
Wed Mar 15 18:09:28 CET 2017
Unless I'm missing something, I was under the impression that BIRD is
single-threaded and uses its own custom event scheduling code, so you're
not going to see it using more than one core no matter what you do. Someone
correct me if I'm wrong obviously.
On Tue, Mar 14, 2017 at 8:07 PM, Fernando Galvão <fernando at wantel.com.br>
> What can i do to improve cpu consumption. With 1gb traffic, 2,000 sessions
> pppoe the bird and bird6 has peaks in a core 80% cpu.
> 2x xeon 2.4ghz quadcore 12mb cache l2.
> In the bird I use only ospf and ospf
> Enviado do meu iPhone
> > Em 13 de mar de 2017, às 06:37, Stuart Henderson <stu at spacehopper.org>
> >> On 2017/03/12 07:43, Fernando Galvão wrote:
> >> Hello guys,
> >> I wanted your help to validate if the bird with ospf is running with
> multi thread.
> >> I have a dell r410 server with 2 x56 quad core xeon processors totaling
> 16 cores.
> > 2 x 4 = 8, so for 16 you must have hyperthreading enabled. You may get
> > better overall performance for this type of workload with this disabled.
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