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SubjectRe: commit 16ecba59 breaks 82574L under heavy load.
On Thu, Jul 20, 2017 at 04:44:55PM -0700, Benjamin Poirier wrote:
> Could you please test the following patch and let me know if it:
> 1) reduces the interrupt rate of the Other msi-x vector
> 2) avoids the link flaps
> or
> 3) logs some dmesg warnings of the form "Other interrupt with unhandled [...]"
> In this case, please paste icr values printed.

I will give it a try.

Another odd behaviour I see is that the driver will hang in
napi_synchronize on shutdown if there is traffic at the time (at least
I think that's the trigger, maybe the trigger is if there has been an
overload of traffic and the backlog in napi was used).

From doing some searching, this seems to be a problem that has plagued
some people for years with this driver.

I am having trouble figuring out exactly what napi_synchronize is waiting
for and who is supposed to toggle the flag it is waiting on. The flag
appears to work backwards from what I would have expected it to do.
I see lots of places that can set the bit, but only napi_enable seems
to clear it again, and I don't see how that would get called for all
the places that potentially set the bit.

Len Sorensen

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