|| ||Dave Taht <dave.taht-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w-AT-public.gmane.org> |
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|| ||Tue, 22 May 2012 19:04:14 -0700|
|| ||Article, Thread
Enough data has come in to satisfy me that with all the improvements
in Linux over the last year, and with BQL, codel and fq_codel, that
we've won a major battle in the war against bufferbloat.
Sure, cerowrt's not fully baked, but...
I'll GLADLY settle for Linux 3.3 and fq_codel in ALL of openwrt.
Which is what has happened. That was/is the main goal of cerowrt - to
do valuable research - that could be pushed upstream. And we've done
I hope to see more distros adopt fq_codel as their default qdisc.
AS OF NOW: I'm going to go sleep in a yurt by the water for at least a
week, and not think about *anything* computer related. I've got a
couple music gigs lined up, but that's it.
Thank you all for your help over the last 16 months!
If I missed you in this credits list, let me know offlist.
PS I am not sure if anyone understands the Rodan statue that I have
been using as the inspiration for this latest attempt at cerowrt:
http://www.rodin-web.org/works/1881_caryatid.htm - If you've read
stranger in a strange land, you'll understand.
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