[dev] A question about the # of vrf per router or switch can support by FRR?
sharpd at cumulusnetworks.com
Wed Nov 1 13:04:41 EDT 2017
What version of the code are you looking at? VRF's use RB trees:
static __inline int vrf_id_compare(const struct vrf *, const struct vrf *);
static __inline int vrf_name_compare(const struct vrf *, const struct vrf *);
RB_GENERATE(vrf_id_head, vrf, id_entry, vrf_id_compare);
RB_GENERATE(vrf_name_head, vrf, name_entry, vrf_name_compare);
struct vrf_id_head vrfs_by_id = RB_INITIALIZER(&vrfs_by_id);
struct vrf_name_head vrfs_by_name = RB_INITIALIZER(&vrfs_by_name);
So do interfaces now as well:
static int if_cmp_func(const struct interface *, const struct interface *);
static int if_cmp_index_func(const struct interface *ifp1,
const struct interface *ifp2);
RB_GENERATE(if_name_head, interface, name_entry, if_cmp_func);
RB_GENERATE(if_index_head, interface, index_entry, if_cmp_index_func);
We've been trying to intelligently move code over and may have missed
On Wed, Nov 1, 2017 at 1:00 PM, Jay Chen <jchen1 at paloaltonetworks.com> wrote:
> Hi Donald,
> Great, thank you for the clarification.
> I noticed that FRR using linked list in both BGP, and OSPF where a red black tree may be better in turn of Big-O. Two questions below:
> A. Is it worth to implement a redblack tree?
> B. Any effort is already in progress in implementing an embedded redblack tree and use it in some key places?
> If the answer to A is yes, B is no. I can volunteer to implement a light weight redblack tree (embedded usage), and patch it (I have done a couple of time for another two router companies). I just thought it might be better than search a long linked list.
> On 11/1/17, 6:15 AM, "Donald Sharp" <sharpd at cumulusnetworks.com> wrote:
> Jay -
> There is no hard limit. Having said that I am not aware of serious
> testing beyond like 64 vrf's. But that is allot of vrf's to have to
> maintain at one time..
> On Tue, Oct 31, 2017 at 10:39 PM, Jay Chen <jchen1 at paloaltonetworks.com> wrote:
> > Is there a limit that the # of vrf can support for a single switch or router
> > by using FRR?
> > Thanks,
> > Jay
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