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From: Hideyuki Yamashita <yamashita.hideyuki@ntt-tx.co.jp>
To: "dev@dpdk.org" <dev@dpdk.org>
Subject: [dpdk-dev] NTT TechnoCross roadmap for 21.02
Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2020 14:39:31 +0900
Message-ID: <20201125143930.C6ED.17218CA3@ntt-tx.co.jp_1> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <DBAPR08MB58147BA5F6A1D90B702592C498240@DBAPR08MB5814.eurprd08.prod.outlook.com>

Hello,

Following are the work items planned for 21.02 from NTT TechnoCross:
I will try to post patch set after 20.11 is released.

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1) Introduce API stats function
In general, DPDK application consumes CPU usage because it polls
incoming packets using rx_burst API in infinite loop.
This makes difficult to estimate how much CPU usage is really
used to send/receive packets by the DPDK application.

For example, even if no incoming packets arriving, CPU usage
looks nearly 100% when observed by top command. 

It is beneficial if developers can observe real CPU usage of the 
DPDK application.
Such information can be exported to monitoring application like 
prometheus/graphana and shows CPU usage graphically.

To achieve above, this patch set provides apistats functionality.
apistats provides the followiing two counters for each lcore.
- rx_burst_counts[RTE_MAX_LCORE]
- tx_burst_counts[RTE_MAX_LCORE]
Those accumulates rx_burst/tx_burst counts since the application starts.

By using those values, developers can roughly estimate CPU usage.
Let us assume a DPDK application is simply forwarding packets.
It calls tx_burst only if it receive packets.
If rx_burst_counts=1000 and tx_burst_count=1000 during certain 
period of time, one can assume CPU usage is 100%.
If rx_burst_counts=1000 and tx_burst_count=100 during certain
period of time, one can assume CPU usage is 10%.
Here we assumes that tx_burst_count equals counts which rx_burst function
really receives incoming packets. 
--

Thank you,
Hideyuki Yamashita
NTT TechnoCross



  reply	other threads:[~2020-11-25  5:40 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 8+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2020-09-11  4:18 [dpdk-dev] Arm roadmap for 20.11 Honnappa Nagarahalli
2020-11-25  5:39 ` Hideyuki Yamashita [this message]
2020-11-25 11:01   ` [dpdk-dev] NTT TechnoCross roadmap for 21.02 Morten Brørup
2020-11-26  1:20     ` Hideyuki Yamashita
2020-11-29 14:43       ` Baruch Even
2020-12-01  0:40         ` Hideyuki Yamashita
2020-12-01  5:01           ` [dpdk-dev] Basic question about where to write config for optional feature Hideyuki Yamashita
2020-12-01  9:37             ` Bruce Richardson

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