Post by Mikael Abrahamsson Post by Dave Taht
Vyos (the open source fork of vyatta) was one of the first to add
fq_codel support... I wonder....
Isn't Vyos just running the Linux kernel for forwarding? So they
received fq_codel for free when the Linux kernel got support for it?
They just had to make it configurable?
Yes, according to this blog post,
"Now that Vyos "helium" is available with a Linux 3.13 kernel, the
fq_codel queueing discipline can be used to solve many bufferbloat
issues. The nightly "lithium" builds contain my patches that allow
fq_codel to be used via the native Vyos configuration system."
Anyway it's nice to see the Vyatta heritage living on in it's various
forms (the AT&T "production hardened" Vyatta, to the Ubiquity EdgeMax
and some UniFi devices, to the VyOS open version and now the future
plans with dNOS -> DANOS.