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BPF is used quite intensively inside Linux (and BSD) kernels for various different purposes and proved to be extremely useful. BPF inside DPDK might also be used in a lot of places for a lot of similar things. As an example to: - packet filtering/tracing (aka tcpdump) - packet classification - statistics collection - HW/PMD live-system debugging/prototyping - trace HW descriptors,  internal PMD SW state, etc.   The presentation provides information about current  status of DPDK eBPF library and ideas for further enhancements and usage scenarios.


Konstantin Ananyev

Software Engineer, Intel

Thursday September 6, 2018 3:15pm - 3:30pm IST

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