[neutron][qos][dpdk] is QoS supported with DPDK
smooney at redhat.com
Tue Jan 15 21:05:06 UTC 2019
On Tue, 2019-01-15 at 19:44 +0000, cristian.calin at orange.com wrote:
> Hi all,
> Is QoS supported when DPDK is leveraged on the openvswitch?
max and max burst rates are supported i belive in both ingress and egress using
HTB in ovs-dpdk
there is no ovs-dpdk support for miniumium bandwidth qos at the dataplane level.
this is also true of kernel ovs. hardware offloaded ovs in thery could enforce minium bandwith gurarentees
if the nic supports it.
the minium bandwidth support in neutron based on placement reservations however should work with ovs-dpdk too
so once that is there while the datapane wont enforce the minium the scudler will prevent over subsriptions.
if you enforce a max bandwith policy equal to the min bandwith gurentee with a large burst rate
for all instnace on a host
you can fake a min bandwith gurrentee but its not quite the same thing as using a network backend the truely
so yes max bandwith qos and dscp policies work with ovs-dpkd and there may be support for min bandwith in stien/train
> From what I can tell the two are incompatible but I’m hoping someone has some information otherwise.
> Cristian Calin
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