On Mon, Nov 07, 2005 at 01:58:09PM +0100, Grzegorz Nosek wrote:
> I'm experiencing a weird problem with htb and vservers. First, a bit
> about my setup: the machine is a dual-core AMD64 (220.127.116.11, vserver
> 2.1.0-rc4) running 8 guests (where all but 3 are mostly idle). The 3
> active guests are:
> - d829 (a mysql server)
> - v830
> - v831 (two apache vservers)
> The test cases I've found are:
> - no QoS at all
> everything runs smoothly
> - root qdisc on eth0 set to htb (or pfifo, or sfq)
> still everything nice and smooth
could you give me some commands to reproduce here?
> - default class on eth0 set to htb (rate 1Gbit, so it's not true
> bandwith choking) mysql connections seem to take forever to establish
> (lots of unauthenticated user connections as they are too throttled to
> even log in and time out eventually)
about what kind of delays are we talking here?
> Our production boxes (w/o vservers) are happily shaping packets at the
> rates we encounter so CPU power is not an issue either.
> One thing that bugs me is why do these packets even go through eth0
> queue? ip route show table local shows the local ip addresses as
> "local X.X.X.X dev eth0 proto kernel scope host src X.X.X.Y" (X.X.X.X
> being guest address and X.X.X.Y being host address)
local packets (host-guest, guest-guest) will not pass
through ethX, they will use lo ...
> Have you got any ideas/suggestions? Is this a known issue?
nope, not known yet ...
> Best regards,
> Grzegorz Nosek
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Received on Mon Nov 7 19:20:50 2005