[ovs-discuss] Open vSwitch 2.9.0 and 2.8.2 Available
Kavanagh, Mark B
mark.b.kavanagh at intel.com
Thu Feb 22 10:02:45 UTC 2018
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>bounces at openvswitch.org] On Behalf Of Avi Cohen (A)
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>To: Justin Pettit <jpettit at ovn.org>; discuss <discuss at openvswitch.org>
>Subject: Re: [ovs-discuss] Open vSwitch 2.9.0 and 2.8.2 Available
>I have compilation error w ovs-dpdk 2.9
>lib/netdev-dpdk.c:29:25: fatal error: rte_bus_pci.h: No such file or
I've just built with DPDK v17.11 and OvS v2.9.0, without issue.
Can you confirm that rte_bus_pci.h is present in $DPDK_DIR/drivers/bus/pci?
>I have dpdk.17.11
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: ovs-discuss-bounces at openvswitch.org [mailto:ovs-discuss-
>> bounces at openvswitch.org] On Behalf Of Justin Pettit
>> Sent: Wednesday, 21 February, 2018 12:59 AM
>> To: discuss
>> Subject: [ovs-discuss] Open vSwitch 2.9.0 and 2.8.2 Available
>> The Open vSwitch team is pleased to announce the release of Open vSwitch
>> A few other feature highlights of 2.9.0 include:
>> - No longer slow-path traffic that is sent to a controller.
>> - The DPDK version of OVS adds support for DPDK v17.11 and vHost IOMMU.
>> - OVN adds support to send IPv6 Router Advertisement packets in response
>> the IPv6 Router Solicitation packets from VIF ports.
>> - NSH support in the Linux kernel datapath.
>> - Support for Linux kernels up to 4.13.
>> - And many others. See the full change log here:
>> In addition to the 2.9.0 release, we've also released 2.8.2:
>> This release contains bug fixes for 2.8.1 as well as updating NSH support
>> latest IETF draft.
>> We plan to release 2.9.1 in the near future that will add support for
>> OVSDB using the Raft consensus algorithm. This will be particularly
>> OVN, since it will allow multiple instances of the database to be run to
>> better performance and reliability.
>> --The Open vSwitch Team
>> Open vSwitch is a production quality, multilayer open source virtual
>switch. It is
>> designed to enable massive network automation through programmatic
>> extension, while still supporting standard management interfaces. Open
>> vSwitch can operate both as a soft switch running within the hypervisor,
>> the control stack for switching silicon. It has been ported to multiple
>> virtualization platforms and switching chipsets.
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