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Re: [MirageOS-devel] Parallelizing writing to network devices

Thanks Anil.

- graph the ring utilisation to see if it's always full (Thomas Leonard's 
profiling patches should help here)

Would you please point me out to the profiling patches?

- try to reduce the parallelisation to see if some condition there alleviates 
the issue to track it down.

Reducing the maximum number of threads running in parallel reduced CPU utilization, and vm was functioning for a much longer time, but the same problem occurred at the end.

It might be more useful looking at the code. Please have a look at the function "f_thread" in the file uploaded on the following repo:


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