Divested-WRT: No-nonsense hardened builds for Linksys WRT series

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So the above pull request is target specific…

I also mentioned a few posts ago the comments you made regarding the kernel and the fact that DSA uses 1 cpu port by default.

Not the way it reads to me.

Okay. What architecture are the patches limited to?

I took comment in post to mean it was applicable to other targets; that being bits indicated by the comment. I have not bothered to kick it around myself as the pipe to my shack is far from a symmetric pipe that would warrant the need on the wrtpac targets.

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My bad - ipq806x, ar71xx, ath79.

Misconstrued the context.

I too read it this way.

I see our benefactor has created a new build on 15 Sept which I want to test if multi CPU is working before I roll my own (I use this as a base and add a couple pkg).

What is an easy way to see CPU use by CPU? "top" only shows total percentage and the other top commands to breakdown by proc don't work.

:man_shrugging:

Multi-CPU DSA works on Rango, but additional patches are needed. Will create a PR when I have them all ready and packed. Obviously, the original multi-CPU DSA support PR must be upstreamed beforehand.

nitroshift

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To see the CPU usage:

cat /proc/interrupts

To see which port is assigned to a CPU:

ip link

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That performance test by pkgadd on your link shows the huge performance hit moving to DSA did, at leaast on ipq806x target. We know it hits our targets as well, just less so. DSA is clearly a big performance problem unless it improves, and maybe not working out like they expected it to even though using upstream kernel features is generally preferred.

Using the Divested 15th Sept build (kernel v5.10.65)
I take it that as I am only seeing eth0 that DSA Multi-CPU is not yet available

cat /proc/interrupts
root@OpenWrt:~# cat /proc/interrupts
           CPU0       CPU1
 25:          0          0     GIC-0  27 Edge      gt
 26:      43714      36775     GIC-0  29 Edge      twd
 27:          0          0      MPIC   5 Level     armada_370_xp_per_cpu_tick
 29:      12900          0     GIC-0  34 Level     mv64xxx_i2c
 30:         22          0     GIC-0  44 Level     ttyS0
 40:          0          0     GIC-0  41 Level     f1020300.watchdog
 44:          0          0     GIC-0  96 Level     f1020300.watchdog
 45:      13620          0      MPIC   8 Level     eth0
 46:          0          0     GIC-0  50 Level     ehci_hcd:usb1
 47:          0          0     GIC-0  51 Level     f1090000.crypto
 48:          0          0     GIC-0  52 Level     f1090000.crypto
 49:          0          0     GIC-0  58 Level     ahci-mvebu[f10a8000.sata]
 50:        370          0     GIC-0 116 Level     marvell-nfc
 51:          0          0     GIC-0  49 Level     xhci-hcd:usb2
 52:          2          0     GIC-0  54 Level     f1060800.xor
 53:          2          0     GIC-0  97 Level     f1060900.xor

Irqbalance doesn't do much on mvebu (way less than other targets unfortunately). Mostly irqs just stay on CPU0. But you should at least see mwlwifi driver running on CPU1. Check that 'enabled' line is set to '1' in /etc/config/irqbalance. Multi-CPU DSA is likely a ways off if it'll ever work on our target.

This is how it looks on Rango with DSA multi-CPU enabled:

          CPU0       CPU1       
 25:    3780301    3541376     GIC-0  29 Edge      twd
 26:          0          0      MPIC   5 Level     armada_370_xp_per_cpu_tick
 29:    3265764          0     GIC-0  34 Level     mv64xxx_i2c
 30:         22          0     GIC-0  44 Level     ttyS0
 40:          0          0     GIC-0  41 Level     f1020300.watchdog
 44:          0          0     GIC-0  96 Level     f1020300.watchdog
 45:          2          1      MPIC   8 Level     eth0
 46:   62450239   24852293      MPIC  12 Level     eth1
 47:          0          0     GIC-0  50 Level     ehci_hcd:usb1
 48:          0          0     GIC-0  51 Level     f1090000.crypto
 49:          0          0     GIC-0  52 Level     f1090000.crypto
 50:          0          0     GIC-0  58 Level     ahci-mvebu[f10a8000.sata]
 51:       1400          0     GIC-0 116 Level     marvell-nfc
 52:      70388          0     GIC-0  57 Level     mmc0
 53:   11633326          0     GIC-0  49 Level     xhci-hcd:usb2
 54:          2          0     GIC-0  54 Level     f1060800.xor
 55:          2          0     GIC-0  97 Level     f1060900.xor
 59:          0          0  mv88e6xxx-g1   3 Edge      mv88e6xxx-f1072004.mdio-mii:00-g1-atu-prob
 61:          0          0  mv88e6xxx-g1   5 Edge      mv88e6xxx-f1072004.mdio-mii:00-g1-vtu-prob
 63:          5          2  mv88e6xxx-g1   7 Edge      mv88e6xxx-f1072004.mdio-mii:00-g2
 65:          0          0  mv88e6xxx-g2   0 Edge      mv88e6xxx-1:00
 66:          0          0  mv88e6xxx-g2   1 Edge      mv88e6xxx-1:01
 67:          0          0  mv88e6xxx-g2   2 Edge      mv88e6xxx-1:02
 68:          4          0  mv88e6xxx-g2   3 Edge      mv88e6xxx-1:03
 69:          1          1  mv88e6xxx-g2   4 Edge      mv88e6xxx-1:04
 76:          0          1  mv88e6xxx-g2  11 Edge      mv88e6xxx-f1072004.mdio-mii:00-serdes-5
 80:          0          0  mv88e6xxx-g2  15 Edge      mv88e6xxx-f1072004.mdio-mii:00-watchdog
 81:          0          0  f1018100.gpio  24 Edge      gpio-keys
 82:          0          0  f1018100.gpio  29 Edge      gpio-keys
 83:          5     185313     GIC-0  61 Level     mwlwifi
 84:    1918622          0     GIC-0  65 Level     mwlwifi
IPI0:          0          1  CPU wakeup interrupts
IPI1:          0          0  Timer broadcast interrupts
IPI2:       1836       1655  Rescheduling interrupts
IPI3:    1626436   25525494  Function call interrupts
IPI4:          0          0  CPU stop interrupts
IPI5:          0          0  IRQ work interrupts
IPI6:          0          0  completion interrupts
Err:          0

Note the presence of eth1.

nitroshift

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This is great news for mvebu which is already a very performant target. How are you running multi CPU? I tried the latest master snapshot and added irqbalance and it's not doing that on my WRT32X. EDIT: oh i see you applied the patches yourself. Oh well, hopefully someday soon it'll be added.

It is also possible for wrt1900acs v2 this?



  
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 OpenWrt 21.02-SNAPSHOT, r16282-601864c09e
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root@swrt:~# irqbalance -df
This machine seems not NUMA capable.
Isolated CPUs: 00000000
Adaptive-ticks CPUs: 00000000
Banned CPUs: 00000000
Package 0:  numa_node -1 cpu mask is 00000003 (load 0)
        Cache domain 0:  numa_node is -1 cpu mask is 00000002  (load 0)
                CPU number 1  numa_node is -1 (load 0)
        Cache domain 1:  numa_node is -1 cpu mask is 00000001  (load 0)
                CPU number 0  numa_node is -1 (load 0)
Adding IRQ 74 to database
Adding IRQ 73 to database
Adding IRQ 17 to database
Adding IRQ 18 to database
Adding IRQ 19 to database
Adding IRQ 21 to database
Adding IRQ 22 to database
Adding IRQ 32 to database
Adding IRQ 36 to database
Adding IRQ 37 to database
Adding IRQ 38 to database
Adding IRQ 39 to database
Adding IRQ 40 to database
Adding IRQ 41 to database
Adding IRQ 42 to database
Adding IRQ 43 to database
Adding IRQ 44 to database
Adding IRQ 45 to database
Adding IRQ 49 to database
Adding IRQ 51 to database
Adding IRQ 53 to database
Adding IRQ 55 to database
Adding IRQ 56 to database
Adding IRQ 57 to database
Adding IRQ 58 to database
Adding IRQ 59 to database
Adding IRQ 70 to database
Adding IRQ 71 to database
Adding IRQ 72 to database
NUMA NODE NUMBER: -1
LOCAL CPU MASK: ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,f                                              fffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,                                              ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff                                              ,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,fffffff                                              f,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffff                                              ff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,fffff                                              fff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffff                                              ffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,fff                                              fffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ff                                              ffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,f                                              fffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,                                              ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff                                              ,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,fffffff                                              f,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffff                                              ff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff,ffffffff




-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Package 0:  numa_node -1 cpu mask is 00000003 (load 0)
        Cache domain 0:  numa_node is -1 cpu mask is 00000002  (load 0)
                CPU number 1  numa_node is -1 (load 0)
                  Interrupt 73 node_num is -1 (ethernet/0:20253)
        Cache domain 1:  numa_node is -1 cpu mask is 00000001  (load 0)
                CPU number 0  numa_node is -1 (load 0)
                  Interrupt 74 node_num is -1 (ethernet/0:20403)
  Interrupt 72 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 71 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 70 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 59 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 58 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 57 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 56 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 55 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 53 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 51 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 49 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 45 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 44 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 43 node_num is -1 (other/0:22)
  Interrupt 42 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 41 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 40 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 39 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 38 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 37 node_num is -1 (other/0:76)
  Interrupt 36 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 32 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 22 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 21 node_num is -1 (other/0:280)
  Interrupt 19 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)
  Interrupt 18 node_num is -1 (other/0:2342)
  Interrupt 17 node_num is -1 (other/0:0)



-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Package 0:  numa_node -1 cpu mask is 00000003 (load 10000000)
        Cache domain 0:  numa_node is -1 cpu mask is 00000002  (load 0)
                CPU number 1  numa_node is -1 (load 0)
                  Interrupt 73 node_num is -1 (ethernet/1:19844)
        Cache domain 1:  numa_node is -1 cpu mask is 00000001  (load 10000000)
                CPU number 0  numa_node is -1 (load 10000000)
                  Interrupt 74 node_num is -1 (ethernet/9287910:19974)
  Interrupt 72 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 71 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 70 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 59 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 58 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 57 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 56 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 55 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 53 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 51 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 49 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 45 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 44 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 43 node_num is -1 (other/1864:8)
  Interrupt 42 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 41 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 40 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 39 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 38 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 37 node_num is -1 (other/43804:188)
  Interrupt 36 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 32 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 22 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 21 node_num is -1 (other/116500:500)
  Interrupt 19 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 18 node_num is -1 (other/537298:2306)
  Interrupt 17 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)



-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Package 0:  numa_node -1 cpu mask is 00000003 (load 10000000)
        Cache domain 0:  numa_node is -1 cpu mask is 00000002  (load 10000000)
                CPU number 1  numa_node is -1 (load 10000000)
                  Interrupt 73 node_num is -1 (ethernet/9296820:19865)
        Cache domain 1:  numa_node is -1 cpu mask is 00000001  (load 0)
                CPU number 0  numa_node is -1 (load 0)
                  Interrupt 74 node_num is -1 (ethernet/1:20016)
  Interrupt 72 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 71 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 70 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 59 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 58 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 57 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 56 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 55 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 53 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 51 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 49 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 45 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 44 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 43 node_num is -1 (other/32387:139)
  Interrupt 42 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 41 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 40 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 39 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 38 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 37 node_num is -1 (other/20737:89)
  Interrupt 36 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 32 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 22 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 21 node_num is -1 (other/88540:380)
  Interrupt 19 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 18 node_num is -1 (other/537997:2309)
  Interrupt 17 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)



-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Package 0:  numa_node -1 cpu mask is 00000003 (load 10000000)
        Cache domain 0:  numa_node is -1 cpu mask is 00000002  (load 0)
                CPU number 1  numa_node is -1 (load 0)
                  Interrupt 73 node_num is -1 (ethernet/1:19856)
        Cache domain 1:  numa_node is -1 cpu mask is 00000001  (load 10000000)
                CPU number 0  numa_node is -1 (load 10000000)
                  Interrupt 74 node_num is -1 (ethernet/9270380:20153)
  Interrupt 72 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 71 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 70 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 59 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 58 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 57 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 56 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 55 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 53 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 51 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 49 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 45 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 44 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 43 node_num is -1 (other/5082:22)
  Interrupt 42 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 41 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 40 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 39 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 38 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 37 node_num is -1 (other/32571:141)
  Interrupt 36 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 32 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 22 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 21 node_num is -1 (other/152460:660)
  Interrupt 19 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 18 node_num is -1 (other/532455:2305)
  Interrupt 17 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)



-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Package 0:  numa_node -1 cpu mask is 00000003 (load 0)
        Cache domain 0:  numa_node is -1 cpu mask is 00000002  (load 0)
                CPU number 1  numa_node is -1 (load 0)
                  Interrupt 73 node_num is -1 (ethernet/1:19852)
        Cache domain 1:  numa_node is -1 cpu mask is 00000001  (load 0)
                CPU number 0  numa_node is -1 (load 0)
                  Interrupt 74 node_num is -1 (ethernet/1:20031)
  Interrupt 72 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 71 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 70 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 59 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 58 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 57 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 56 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 55 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 53 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 51 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 49 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 45 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 44 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 43 node_num is -1 (other/1:10)
  Interrupt 42 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 41 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 40 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 39 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 38 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 37 node_num is -1 (other/1:63)
  Interrupt 36 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 32 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 22 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 21 node_num is -1 (other/1:360)
  Interrupt 19 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
  Interrupt 18 node_num is -1 (other/1:2305)
  Interrupt 17 node_num is -1 (other/1:0)
^Croot@swrt:~# cat /proc/interrupts
           CPU0       CPU1
 17:          0          0     GIC-0  27 Edge      gt
 18:      37482      42627     GIC-0  29 Edge      twd
 19:          0          0      MPIC   5 Level     armada_370_xp_per_cpu_tick
 21:      21174          0     GIC-0  34 Level     mv64xxx_i2c
 22:         23          0     GIC-0  44 Level     ttyS0
 32:          0          0     GIC-0  41 Level     f1020300.watchdog
 36:          0          0     GIC-0  96 Level     f1020300.watchdog
 37:    1841677          0      MPIC   8 Level     eth0
 38:          0          0     GIC-0  50 Level     ehci_hcd:usb1
 39:          0          0     GIC-0  51 Level     f1090000.crypto
 40:          0          0     GIC-0  52 Level     f1090000.crypto
 41:          0          0     GIC-0  58 Level     ahci-mvebu[f10a8000.sata]
 42:        171          0     GIC-0 116 Level     marvell-nfc
 43:       1842          0     GIC-0  49 Level     xhci-hcd:usb2
 44:          2          0     GIC-0  54 Level     f1060800.xor
 45:          2          0     GIC-0  97 Level     f1060900.xor
 49:          0          0  mv88e6xxx-g1   3 Edge      mv88e6xxx-g1-atu-prob
 51:          0          0  mv88e6xxx-g1   5 Edge      mv88e6xxx-g1-vtu-prob
 53:          4          3  mv88e6xxx-g1   7 Edge      mv88e6xxx-g2
 55:          0          0  mv88e6xxx-g2   0 Edge      mv88e6xxx-1:00
 56:          0          0  mv88e6xxx-g2   1 Edge      mv88e6xxx-1:01
 57:          0          0  mv88e6xxx-g2   2 Edge      mv88e6xxx-1:02
 58:          1          2  mv88e6xxx-g2   3 Edge      mv88e6xxx-1:03
 59:          3          1  mv88e6xxx-g2   4 Edge      mv88e6xxx-1:04
 70:          0          0  mv88e6xxx-g2  15 Edge      mv88e6xxx-watchdog
 71:          0          0  f1018100.gpio  24 Edge      gpio-keys
 72:          0          0  f1018100.gpio  29 Edge      gpio-keys
 73:      23792     566009     GIC-0  61 Level     mwlwifi
 74:     598901          0     GIC-0  65 Level     mwlwifi
IPI0:          0          1  CPU wakeup interrupts
IPI1:          0          0  Timer broadcast interrupts
IPI2:      14965      12640  Rescheduling interrupts
IPI3:        105     208888  Function call interrupts
IPI4:          0          0  CPU stop interrupts
IPI5:          0          0  IRQ work interrupts
IPI6:          0          0  completion interrupts
Err:          0
root@swrt:~# cat /etc/config/irqbalance
config irqbalance 'irqbalance'
        option enabled '1'

        # The default value is 10 seconds
        #option interval '10'

        # List of IRQ's to ignore
        #list banirq '36'
        #list banirq '69'

root@swrt:~#

I'm waiting for the generic PR to be merged. Making it work on Armada 385 family is pretty trivial but requires changes to the device tree file (armada-385-linksys.dtsi) since there's only one CPU port defined. I don't have any Armada XP or Armada 375 devices to test, but it's safe to assume it can be done for those SOC families too by changing their respective device tree files, the logic being the same.

nitroshift

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Is this with RPS enabled also?

Why I don't have ~50% speed decrease on my device (WRT1200) with DSA enabled?
The highest wan <-> lan speed I have measured was ~900Mbit/s on a 1Gbit docsis connection.
Maybe more is possible. (Docsis and Internet servers are not consistent)

With cake enabled my speed indeed drops below ~50%.

AFAICT there's no RPS involved. Also, same as youself, I didn't see any speed degradation going from swconfig to DSA and I made the switch very early in the adoption process.

nitroshift

With mvebu moving to GCC 11 please let us know if anyone notices any difference in builds for mvebu since it's a much newer compiler version than GCC 8 from 21.02 release. I'll try a new build this weekend, my WRT32X has been rock solid the last couple weeks though.

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I'm running it for at least a week now in my own builds, no regression noticed. For more info you can find me on irc with the same handle as here.

nitroshift

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No issues here with the last two builds using 11.03. Plug and Play.

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