[ovs-build] Failed: dceara/ovn#85 (arp_nd_broadcast_limit-v3 - 3c149e4)

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Build Update for dceara/ovn

Build: #85
Status: Failed

Duration: 20 mins and 32 secs
Commit: 3c149e4 (arp_nd_broadcast_limit-v3)
Author: Dumitru Ceara
Message: ovn-northd: Limit ARP/ND broadcast domain whenever possible.

ARP request and ND NS packets for router owned IPs were being
flooded in the complete L2 domain (using the MC_FLOOD multicast group).
However this creates a scaling issue in scenarios where aggregation
logical switches are connected to more logical routers (~350). The
logical pipelines of all routers would have to be executed before the
packet is finally replied to by a single router, the owner of the IP

This commit limits the broadcast domain by bypassing the L2 Lookup stage
for ARP requests that will be replied by a single router. The packets
are still flooded in the L2 domain but not on any of the other patch
ports towards other routers connected to the switch. This restricted
flooding is done by using a new multicast group (MC_ARP_ND_FLOOD).

IPs that are owned by the routers and for which this fix applies are:
- IP addresses configured on the router ports.
- VIPs.
- NAT IPs.

This commit also fixes function get_router_load_balancer_ips() which
was incorrectly returning a single address_family even though the
IP set could contain a mix of IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.

Reported-at: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/1756945
Reported-by: Anil Venkata <vkommadi at redhat.com>
Signed-off-by: Dumitru Ceara <dceara at redhat.com>

v3: Properly deal with VXLAN traffic. Address review comments from
    Numan (add autotests). Fix function get_router_load_balancer_ips.
    Rebase -> deal with IPv6 NAT too.
v2: Move ARP broadcast domain limiting to table S_SWITCH_IN_L2_LKUP to
address localnet ports too.

View the changeset: https://github.com/dceara/ovn/compare/80268256103e^...3c149e478f76

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