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  • Intel's Linux Support Coming Together For The Dynamic Load Balancer 2.0

    Phoronix: Intel's Linux Support Coming Together For The Dynamic Load Balancer 2.0

    Intel's open-source engineers today sent out their latest patches bringing up the Dynamic Load Balancer 2.0 for the next-gen PCIe device that offers load-balanced, prioritized scheduling of core-to-core communication...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...d-Balancer-2.0

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    Aren't there a lot of various queue-managers in embedded already?
    Maybe DLB is an Intel equivalent? Like in the T4240 or the Layerscape LX2160A queue buffer managers?
    Also, number of queues limited or is it using memory for the queue structs?

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