FW: [PATCH] Stop packet_recv greediness, stop using event_add_timed
sam at liddicott.com
Mon May 18 16:32:47 GMT 2009
Volker; hows this for style and intrusiveness?
(It still needs modifying to avoid reading most of the queued bytes in
cases where the packet size isn't known).
I don't yet have the data on how it affects throughput, but it does have
the effect of letting a server send out it's responses ASAP rather than
wait until all requests have been processed.
Further work needs doing on fairness between different sockets, but that
will follow later, as Tom and I (mostly Tom) are still looking at those
From: Sam Liddicott [mailto:sam at liddicott.com]
Sent: 18 May 2009 15:28
Subject: [PATCH] Stop packet_recv greediness, stop using event_add_timed
Avoid using event_add_timed when it is possible by leaving at
least one byte in the socket so that the select loop will re-select
in due course.
Where the one byte left is seen to be important to the packet, it is
fetched immediately so that the current packet is not delayed.
If there is nothing left in the socket and yet more received data
in the packet context to process, the a 0 timer callback is used as before
NOT Signed off by: Sam Liddicott <sam at liddicott.com>
source4/lib/stream/packet.c | 30 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
1 files changed, 30 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)
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