Showing posts from August, 2015

[DPDK] OpenStack and DPDK

In my previous article "Install Lagopus software switch on Ubuntu 12.04", the virtual switch, Lagopus just heavily leverage DPDK to enhance the line rate near to the physical NIC capacity. Recently I saw an article "Scaling NFV to 213 Million Packets per Second with Red Hat Enterprise Linux, OpenStack, and DPDK", which mentions using DPDK in OpenStack and test its performance in RedHat Enterprise. Again DPDK is adopted in the network virtualization under OpenStack. Even thought there are some hardware specification limitation, for instance, with Intel x86 CPU and some series of network ethernet cards. But, I believe it will become one of standard option, just like SR-IOV, to deploy OpenStack in the future.

If you want to get started OpenStack with DPDK, I suggest to study Open vSwitch with DPDK first because the networking of virtual machines are all related with Open vSwitch.

Here are more related infor…

[Shell] ShellEd, the Shell Script Editor for Eclipse

If someone wants to use shell script editor in Eclipse, I think ShellEd is good candidate and its provides features, like syntax highlighting. The installation steps are here:

go Help=> install new software =>AddName:ShellEdLocation:

[Docker] What is the difference between Docker and LXC?

As we know Docker is a hot topic in recent cloud conference or summit, for instance, OpenStack. Google also announced that they will donate its open source project "Kubernets" and integrate it into OpenStack. The news definitely cheers up a lot of OpenStackers. For me, I use LXC before, but don't know too much about Docker. So, I am curious the difference between Docker and LXC. Here it is:
This content in the URL gives me the answer for my question.
Docker is not a replacement for lxc. "lxc" refers to capabilities of the linux kernel (specifically namespaces and control groups) which allow sandboxing processes from one another, and controlling their resource allocations. On top of this low-level foundation of kernel features, Docker offers a high-level tool with several powerful functionalities:Portable deployment across …

[Raspberry Pi] What job do I use my Pi to do?

I probably bought my Raspberry Pi last year and didn't use it often. The main reason is that I didn't figure out what job I use my Pi to do. Until several months ago, I finally made the decision: My Pi will become a torrent server...Nice.

There is a very good advantage to use Pi to act as torrent server: "low power consumption"
So, here is the steps to do:

P.S: This web site also has a lot of tutorials for Raspberry Pi, check it out:

[Linux] “No such file or directory” on files that exist?

First, this kind of problem is almost related with dynamic loader. You can check out what it is:
To understand Linux Dynamic Loader

After verifying it with several ways:
# file "your binary"
# readelf -l  "your binary"
# strings "your binary" | grep ld-

Then you can find out which dynamic loader your binary uses.
For my case, I just create a symbolic link to my loader, and then it works.
liudanny@Debian7 x64_lsb $ ll /lib64/ total 8 drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Aug 2 20:49 . drwxr-xr-x 24 root root 4096 Jun 20 18:14 .. lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 32 Feb 22 06:41 -> /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 20 Aug 2 20:49 ->
I also find some other issue about running a 32-bit binary on a 64-bit system. Here is a good answer in the following link:
"But the program is a 32-bit program (as the file output indicat…