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[v1] test_plans: add vhost cbdma enable case in dpdk_gro_lib test_plan

Message ID 20200813135547.95759-1-yinan.wang@intel.com (mailing list archive)
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Series [v1] test_plans: add vhost cbdma enable case in dpdk_gro_lib test_plan | expand

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Wang, Yinan Aug. 13, 2020, 1:55 p.m. UTC
Signed-off-by: Yinan Wang <yinan.wang@intel.com>
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 test_plans/dpdk_gro_lib_test_plan.rst | 143 +++++++++++++++++++-------
 1 file changed, 105 insertions(+), 38 deletions(-)

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Tu, Lijuan Aug. 27, 2020, 1:57 a.m. UTC | #1
> Subject: [dts] [PATCH v1] test_plans: add vhost cbdma enable case in
> dpdk_gro_lib test_plan
> 
> Signed-off-by: Yinan Wang <yinan.wang@intel.com>

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diff --git a/test_plans/dpdk_gro_lib_test_plan.rst b/test_plans/dpdk_gro_lib_test_plan.rst
index 410ae68..3e06906 100644
--- a/test_plans/dpdk_gro_lib_test_plan.rst
+++ b/test_plans/dpdk_gro_lib_test_plan.rst
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@ 
-.. Copyright (c) <2019>, Intel Corporation
+.. Copyright (c) <2020>, Intel Corporation
    All rights reserved.
 
    Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
@@ -34,6 +34,9 @@ 
 DPDK GRO lib test plan
 ======================
 
+Description
+===========
+
 Generic Receive Offload (GRO) is a widely used SW-based offloading
 technique to reduce per-packet processing overheads. By reassembling
 small packets into larger ones, GRO enables applications to process
@@ -84,12 +87,34 @@  Modify the testpmd code as following::
                     parse_ethernet(eth_hdr, &info);
                     l3_hdr = (char *)eth_hdr + info.l2_len;
 
+Modify the dpdk code as following::
+
+diff --git a/drivers/net/vhost/rte_eth_vhost.c b/drivers/net/vhost/rte_eth_vhost.c
+index b38a4b6b1..573250dbe 100644
+--- a/drivers/net/vhost/rte_eth_vhost.c
++++ b/drivers/net/vhost/rte_eth_vhost.c
+@@ -1071,8 +1071,14 @@ eth_dev_info(struct rte_eth_dev *dev,
+  dev_info->min_rx_bufsize = 0;
+ 
+  dev_info->tx_offload_capa = DEV_TX_OFFLOAD_MULTI_SEGS |
+-       DEV_TX_OFFLOAD_VLAN_INSERT;
+- dev_info->rx_offload_capa = DEV_RX_OFFLOAD_VLAN_STRIP;
++       DEV_TX_OFFLOAD_VLAN_INSERT |
++       DEV_TX_OFFLOAD_UDP_CKSUM |
++       DEV_TX_OFFLOAD_TCP_CKSUM |
++       DEV_TX_OFFLOAD_IPV4_CKSUM |
++       DEV_TX_OFFLOAD_TCP_TSO;
++ dev_info->rx_offload_capa = DEV_RX_OFFLOAD_VLAN_STRIP |
++       DEV_RX_OFFLOAD_TCP_CKSUM |
++       DEV_RX_OFFLOAD_UDP_CKSUM |
++       DEV_RX_OFFLOAD_IPV4_CKSUM |
++       DEV_RX_OFFLOAD_TCP_LRO;
+ }
+
 Test flow
 =========
 
-::
-
-  NIC2(In kernel) -> NIC1(DPDK) -> testpmd(csum fwd) -> Vhost -> Virtio-net
+NIC2(In kernel) -> NIC1(DPDK) -> testpmd(csum fwd) -> Vhost -> Virtio-net
 
 Test Case1: DPDK GRO lightmode test with tcp/ipv4 traffic
 =========================================================
@@ -121,12 +146,9 @@  Test Case1: DPDK GRO lightmode test with tcp/ipv4 traffic
     testpmd>port start 1
     testpmd>start
 
-3.  Set up vm with virto device and using kernel virtio-net driver:
+3.  Set up vm with virto device and using kernel virtio-net driver::
 
-  ::
-
-    taskset -c 13 \
-    qemu-system-x86_64 -name us-vhost-vm1 \
+    taskset -c 13 qemu-system-x86_64 -name us-vhost-vm1 \
        -cpu host -enable-kvm -m 2048 -object memory-backend-file,id=mem,size=2048M,mem-path=/mnt/huge,share=on \
        -numa node,memdev=mem \
        -mem-prealloc -monitor unix:/tmp/vm2_monitor.sock,server,nowait -net nic,vlan=2,macaddr=00:00:00:08:e8:aa,addr=1f -net user,vlan=2,hostfwd=tcp:127.0.0.1:6001-:22 \
@@ -141,7 +163,7 @@  Test Case1: DPDK GRO lightmode test with tcp/ipv4 traffic
     ifconfig [ens3] 1.1.1.2 up  # [ens3] is the name of virtio-net
     ethtool -K [ens3] gro off
 
-5. Start iperf test, run iperf server at vm side and iperf client at host side, check throughput in log::
+5. Start iperf test, run iperf server at vm side and iperf client at host side, check throughput in log can get expected data::
 
     Host side :  ip netns exec ns1 iperf -c 1.1.1.2 -i 1 -t 60 -m -P 1
     VM side:     iperf -s
@@ -176,12 +198,9 @@  Test Case2: DPDK GRO heavymode test with tcp/ipv4 traffic
     testpmd>port start 1
     testpmd>start
 
-3.  Set up vm with virto device and using kernel virtio-net driver:
-
-  ::
+3.  Set up vm with virto device and using kernel virtio-net driver::
 
-    taskset -c 13 \
-    qemu-system-x86_64 -name us-vhost-vm1 \
+    taskset -c 13 qemu-system-x86_64 -name us-vhost-vm1 \
        -cpu host -enable-kvm -m 2048 -object memory-backend-file,id=mem,size=2048M,mem-path=/mnt/huge,share=on \
        -numa node,memdev=mem \
        -mem-prealloc -monitor unix:/tmp/vm2_monitor.sock,server,nowait -net nic,vlan=2,macaddr=00:00:00:08:e8:aa,addr=1f -net user,vlan=2,hostfwd=tcp:127.0.0.1:6001-:22 \
@@ -196,7 +215,7 @@  Test Case2: DPDK GRO heavymode test with tcp/ipv4 traffic
     ifconfig [ens3] 1.1.1.2 up  # [ens3] is the name of virtio-net
     ethtool -K [ens3] gro off
 
-5. Start iperf test, run iperf server at vm side and iperf client at host side, check throughput in log::
+5. Start iperf test, run iperf server at vm side and iperf client at host side, check throughput in log can get expected data::
 
     Host side :  ip netns exec ns1 iperf -c 1.1.1.2 -i 1 -t 60 -m -P 1
     VM side:     iperf -s
@@ -231,12 +250,9 @@  Test Case3: DPDK GRO heavymode_flush4 test with tcp/ipv4 traffic
     testpmd>port start 1
     testpmd>start
 
-3.  Set up vm with virto device and using kernel virtio-net driver:
+3.  Set up vm with virto device and using kernel virtio-net driver::
 
-  ::
-
-    taskset -c 13 \
-    qemu-system-x86_64 -name us-vhost-vm1 \
+    taskset -c 13 qemu-system-x86_64 -name us-vhost-vm1 \
        -cpu host -enable-kvm -m 2048 -object memory-backend-file,id=mem,size=2048M,mem-path=/mnt/huge,share=on \
        -numa node,memdev=mem \
        -mem-prealloc -monitor unix:/tmp/vm2_monitor.sock,server,nowait -net nic,vlan=2,macaddr=00:00:00:08:e8:aa,addr=1f -net user,vlan=2,hostfwd=tcp:127.0.0.1:6001-:22 \
@@ -251,7 +267,7 @@  Test Case3: DPDK GRO heavymode_flush4 test with tcp/ipv4 traffic
     ifconfig [ens3] 1.1.1.2 up  # [ens3] is the name of virtio-net
     ethtool -K [ens3] gro off
 
-5. Start iperf test, run iperf server at vm side and iperf client at host side, check throughput in log::
+5. Start iperf test, run iperf server at vm side and iperf client at host side, check throughput in log can get expected data::
 
     Host side :  ip netns exec ns1 iperf -c 1.1.1.2 -i 1 -t 60 -m -P 1
     VM side:     iperf -s
@@ -261,15 +277,11 @@  Test Case4: DPDK GRO test with vxlan traffic
 
 Vxlan topology
 --------------
-
-::
-
-    VM          Host
-  50.1.1.2      50.1.1.1
-     |           |
-  1.1.2.3       1.1.2.4
-     |------------Testpmd------------|
-
+  VM          Host
+50.1.1.2      50.1.1.1
+   |           |
+1.1.2.3       1.1.2.4
+   |------------Testpmd------------|
 
 1. Connect two nic port directly, put nic2 into another namesapce and create Host VxLAN port::
 
@@ -308,12 +320,9 @@  Vxlan topology
     testpmd>port start 1
     testpmd>start
 
-3.  Set up vm with virto device and using kernel virtio-net driver:
+3.  Set up vm with virto device and using kernel virtio-net driver::
 
-  ::
-
-    taskset -c 13 \
-    qemu-system-x86_64 -name us-vhost-vm1 \
+    taskset -c 13 qemu-system-x86_64 -name us-vhost-vm1 \
        -cpu host -enable-kvm -m 2048 -object memory-backend-file,id=mem,size=2048M,mem-path=/mnt/huge,share=on \
        -numa node,memdev=mem \
        -mem-prealloc -monitor unix:/tmp/vm2_monitor.sock,server,nowait -net nic,vlan=2,macaddr=00:00:00:08:e8:aa,addr=1f -net user,vlan=2,hostfwd=tcp:127.0.0.1:6001-:22 \
@@ -332,7 +341,65 @@  Vxlan topology
     ifconfig [ens3] 1.1.2.3/24 up
     ifconfig -a
 
-5. Start iperf test, run iperf server at vm side and iperf client at host side, check throughput in log::
+5. Start iperf test, run iperf server at vm side and iperf client at host side, check throughput in log can get expected data::
 
     Host side :  ip netns exec t2 iperf -c 50.1.1.2 -i 2 -t 60 -f g -m
-    VM side:     iperf -s -f g
\ No newline at end of file
+    VM side:     iperf -s -f g
+
+Test Case5: DPDK GRO test with CBDMA enable using tcp/ipv4 traffic
+==================================================================
+
+Test flow
+=========
+
+NIC2(In kernel) -> NIC1(DPDK) -> testpmd(csum fwd) -> Vhost -> Virtio-net
+
+1. Connect two nic port directly, put nic2 into another namesapce and turn on the tso of this nic port by below cmds::
+
+    ip netns del ns1
+    ip netns add ns1
+    ip link set enp26s0f0 netns ns1       # [enp216s0f0] is the name of nic2
+    ip netns exec ns1 ifconfig enp26s0f0 1.1.1.8 up
+    ip netns exec ns1 ethtool -K enp26s0f0 tso on
+
+2. Bind cbdma port and nic1 to igb_uio, launch vhost-user with testpmd and set flush interval to 1::
+
+    ./dpdk-devbind.py -b igb_uio xx:xx.x
+    ./x86_64-native-linuxapp-gcc/app/testpmd -l 29-30 -n 4 \
+    --file-prefix=vhost --vdev 'net_vhost0,iface=vhost-net,queues=2,dmas=[txq0@80:04.0;txq1@80:04.1],dmathr=1024' -- -i --txd=1024 --rxd=1024 --txq=2 --rxq=2
+    set fwd csum
+    stop
+    port stop 0
+    port stop 1
+    csum set tcp hw 0
+    csum set ip hw 0
+    csum set tcp hw 1
+    csum set ip hw 1
+    set port 0 gro on
+    set gro flush 1
+    port start 0
+    port start 1
+    start
+
+3.  Set up vm with virto device and using kernel virtio-net driver::
+
+    taskset -c 31 /home/qemu-install/qemu-3.0/bin/qemu-system-x86_64 -name us-vhost-vm1 \
+       -cpu host -enable-kvm -m 2048 -object memory-backend-file,id=mem,size=2048M,mem-path=/mnt/huge,share=on \
+       -numa node,memdev=mem \
+       -mem-prealloc -monitor unix:/tmp/vm2_monitor.sock,server,nowait -netdev user,id=yinan,hostfwd=tcp:127.0.0.1:6005-:22 -device e1000,netdev=yinan \
+       -smp cores=1,sockets=1 -drive file=/home/osimg/ubuntu1910.img  \
+       -chardev socket,id=char0,path=./vhost-net \
+       -netdev type=vhost-user,id=mynet1,chardev=char0,vhostforce,queues=2 \
+       -device virtio-net-pci,mac=52:54:00:00:00:01,netdev=mynet1,mrg_rxbuf=on,csum=on,gso=on,host_tso4=on,guest_tso4=on,mq=on,vectors=15 \
+       -vnc :10 -daemonize
+
+4. In vm, config the virtio-net device with ip and turn the kernel gro off::
+
+    ifconfig ens4 1.1.1.2 up  # [ens3] is the name of virtio-net
+    ethtool -L ens4 combined 2
+    ethtool -K ens4 gro off
+
+5. Start iperf test, run iperf server at vm side and iperf client at host side, check throughput in log can get better performance than case1::
+
+    Host side :  taskset -c 35 ip netns exec ns1 iperf -c 1.1.1.2 -i 1 -t 60 -m -P 2
+    VM side:     iperf -s