[j-nsp] CoS buffer size
saku at ytti.fi
Wed Jun 24 16:05:44 EDT 2015
On 24 June 2015 at 22:29, Dan Peachey <dan at illusionnetworks.com> wrote:
> I thought the weights were determined by the %? The weights are then used
> to schedule the queues appropriately. Even if the queues are in excess,
> they should be weighted correctly?
I tested this when Trio came out, and couldn't get QoS working,
because my AFB class was congesting my BE class fully. Solution was to
configure guaranteed-rate==shaping-rate, at which point the
percentages were honoured. This is actually what DPCE generation did
by default. I think the reason for grate being 0 by default, is
because trio supports additional level of shaping, in which use-case
it may make sense.
As I recall you can oversub grate, but I can't recall testing it (For
my scenarios, majority of traffic is non-qos traffic, so it's not an
issue either way).
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