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[dpdk-dev] ixgbe: fix buffer overrun bug in non-bulk alloc mode setup

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Wodkowski, PawelX March 19, 2015, 4:09 p.m. UTC
From: Pawel Wodkowski <pawelx.wdkowski@intel.com>

When bulk alloc is enabled at compile time but preconditions for
it are not met at runtime the ixgbe_reset_rx_queue() function
overrides rxq->sw_ring not allocated elements.

Fixes: 01fa1d6 ("ixgbe: unify Rx setup")
Signed-off-by: Pawel Wodkowski <pawelx.wodkowski@intel.com>
---
 lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c | 4 ++--
 1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

Comments

De Lara Guarch, Pablo March 19, 2015, 5:02 p.m. UTC | #1
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Wodkowski, PawelX
> Sent: Thursday, March 19, 2015 4:09 PM
> To: dev@dpdk.org
> Cc: De Lara Guarch, Pablo; Ananyev, Konstantin; Mcnamara, John; Zhang,
> Helin; Wodkowski, PawelX
> Subject: [PATCH] ixgbe: fix buffer overrun bug in non-bulk alloc mode setup
> 
> From: Pawel Wodkowski <pawelx.wdkowski@intel.com>
> 
> When bulk alloc is enabled at compile time but preconditions for
> it are not met at runtime the ixgbe_reset_rx_queue() function
> overrides rxq->sw_ring not allocated elements.
> 
> Fixes: 01fa1d6 ("ixgbe: unify Rx setup")
> Signed-off-by: Pawel Wodkowski <pawelx.wodkowski@intel.com>

Acked-by: Pablo de Lara <pablo.de.lara.guarch@intel.com>
Konstantin Ananyev March 19, 2015, 7:42 p.m. UTC | #2
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Wodkowski, PawelX
> Sent: Thursday, March 19, 2015 4:09 PM
> To: dev@dpdk.org
> Cc: De Lara Guarch, Pablo; Ananyev, Konstantin; Mcnamara, John; Zhang, Helin; Wodkowski, PawelX
> Subject: [PATCH] ixgbe: fix buffer overrun bug in non-bulk alloc mode setup
> 
> From: Pawel Wodkowski <pawelx.wdkowski@intel.com>
> 
> When bulk alloc is enabled at compile time but preconditions for
> it are not met at runtime the ixgbe_reset_rx_queue() function
> overrides rxq->sw_ring not allocated elements.
> 
> Fixes: 01fa1d6 ("ixgbe: unify Rx setup")
> Signed-off-by: Pawel Wodkowski <pawelx.wodkowski@intel.com>

Acked-by: Konstantin Ananyev <konstantin.ananyev@intel.com>

> ---
>  lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c | 4 ++--
>  1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
> 
> diff --git a/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c b/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
> index 42f0aa5..dddc12f 100644
> --- a/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
> +++ b/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
> @@ -2111,8 +2111,8 @@ ixgbe_reset_rx_queue(struct ixgbe_hw *hw, struct ixgbe_rx_queue *rxq)
>  	 * entries is always allocated
>  	 */
>  	memset(&rxq->fake_mbuf, 0x0, sizeof(rxq->fake_mbuf));
> -	for (i = 0; i < RTE_PMD_IXGBE_RX_MAX_BURST; ++i) {
> -		rxq->sw_ring[rxq->nb_rx_desc + i].mbuf = &rxq->fake_mbuf;
> +	for (i = rxq->nb_rx_desc; i < len; ++i) {
> +		rxq->sw_ring[i].mbuf = &rxq->fake_mbuf;
>  	}
> 
>  	rxq->rx_nb_avail = 0;
> --
> 1.9.1
Jiajia, SunX March 20, 2015, 6:50 a.m. UTC | #3
Tested-by: Jiajia, SunX <sunx.jiajia@intel.com>
- Tested Commit: fe4810a01e57645ad92577d628f562791408ce21
- OS: Fedora20 3.11.10-301.fc20.x86_64
- GCC: gcc version 4.8.3
- CPU: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2680 v2 @ 2.80GHz
- NIC: Intel Corporation 82599ES 10-Gigabit SFI/SFP+ Network Connection [8086:10fb]
- Target x86_64-native-linuxapp-gcc
- Total 22 cases, 22 passed, 0 failed

TOPO:
* Connections ports between tester/ixia and DUT
  - TESTER(Or IXIA)-------DUT
  - portA------------------port0
  - portB------------------port1
  - portC------------------port2
  - portD------------------port3

Test Setup#1 for Functional test
================================

Tester has 4 ports(portA--portD), and DUT has 4 ports(port0--port3), then connect portA to port0, portB to port1, portC to port2, portD to port3. 



- Case: Basic bonding--Create bonded devices and slaves
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
		Create bonded device and add some ports as salve of bonded device,
            Then removed slaves or added slaves or change the bonding primary slave
            Or change bonding mode and so on.
  Expected test result:
            Verify the basic functions are normal.

- Case: Basic bonding--MAC Address Test
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
		Create bonded device and add some ports as slaves of bonded device,
            Check that the changes of  the bonded device and slave MAC
  Expected test result:
            Verify the behavior of bonded device and slave according to the mode.

- Case: Basic bonding--Device Promiscuous Mode Test
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
		Create bonded device and add some ports as slaves of bonded device,
            Set promiscuous mode on or off, then send packets to the bonded device
            Or slaves.
  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves according to the mode.

- Case: Mode 0(Round Robin) TX/RX test
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
		Create bonded device with mode 0 and add 3 ports as slaves of bonded device,
            Forward packets between bonded device and unbounded device, start to forward,
            And send packets to unbound device or slaves.
  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 0.

- Case: Mode 0(Round Robin) Bring one slave link down
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
		Create bonded device with mode 0 and add 3 ports as slaves of bonded device,
            Forward packets between bonded device and unbounded device, start to forward,
            Bring the link on either port 0, 1 or 2 down. And send packets to unbound 
            device or slaves.
  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 0.

- Case: Mode 0(Round Robin) Bring all slave links down
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
		Create bonded device with mode 0 and add 3 ports as slaves of bonded device,
            Forward packets between bonded device and unbounded device, start to forward,
            Bring the links down on all bonded ports. And send packets to unbound 
            device or slaves.
  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 0.

- Case: Mode 1(Active Backup) TX/RX Test
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
		Create bonded device with mode 1 and add 3 ports as slaves of bonded device,
            Forward packets between bonded device and unbounded device, start to forward,
            And send packets to unbound device or slaves.
  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 1.

- Case: Mode 1(Active Backup) Change active slave, RX/TX test
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
		Continuing from previous test case.Change the active slave port from port0 
            to port1.Verify that the bonded device's MAC has changed to slave1's MAC.

            testpmd> set bonding primary 1 4 

           Repeat the transmission and reception(TX/RX) test verify that data is now 
           transmitted and received through the new active slave and no longer through
           port0
  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 1.

- Case: Mode 1(Active Backup) Link up/down active eth dev
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.

           Bring link between port A and port0 down. If tester is ixia, can use 
           IxExplorer to set the "Simulate Cable Disconnect" at the port property.  
           Verify that the active slave has been changed from port0. Repeat the 
           transmission and reception test verify that data is now transmitted and
           received through the new active slave and no longer through port0

           Bring port0 to link down at the remote end.Verify the active slave has been changed from port0.
           send 100 packets to port3.

           testpmd> show port stats 4----(Verify port3 have 100 rx packets,meanwhile
          port4 have 100 tx packets,the current primary port have 100 tx packets,and port0
          doesn`t have any packet)
  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 1. 

- Case: Mode 1(Active Backup) Bring all slave links down
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
            Bring all slave ports of bonded port down.
            Verify that bonded callback for link down is called and no active slaves. 
            Verify that data cannot be sent or received through bonded port. Send 100 packets 
            to port3 and verify that bonded port can't TX 100 packets.

            Bring port 0-2 to link down at the remote end. Verify port4 has been link down and has no active slave.
            Send 100 rx packets to port3. 

         testpmd> show port stats 4----(Verify port3 have 100 rx packets,meanwhile 
                                        port4 doesn`t have any packet)
  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 1.

- Case: Mode 2(Balance XOR) TX Load Balance test
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
            Bonded port will activate each slave eth dev based on the following hash function:

             ((dst_mac XOR src_mac) % (number of slave ports))

            Send 300 packets from IXIA port D to non-bonded port(port3),and verify these packets 
            will be forwarded to bonded device. The bonded device will transimit these packets to all slaves.
            Verify that each slave receive correct number of packets according to the policy. The total number
            of packets which received by slave should be equal as 300 packets. 

            Create 3 streams in the IXIA,which streams source MAC are 00:00:03:00:0F:00,
            00:00:03:00:0F:01,00:00:03:00:0F:02 respectively (make sure generate different value by
            the policy ((dst_mac XOR src_mac) % (number of slave ports)) ) and dest MAC all is 
            90:E2:BA:4A:54:80(this value should been your unbonded port address). Respectively
            send 100 packets to port3 by the 3 streams.

            testpmd> show port stats all----(Verify port3 have 300 rx packets,
            port4 have 300 tx packets,and port 0-2 have 100 tx packets respectively)

  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 2.

- Case: Mode 2(Balance XOR) TX Load Balance Link down
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
		ring link down of one slave.
            Send 300 packets from non-bonded port(port3), and verify these 
		packets will be forwarded to bonded device. 
            Verify that each active slave receive correct number of packets
            (according to the mode policy), and the down slave will not receive packets.
		Link down slave 0 at the remote end.Create 3 streams in the IXIA like case13.
		Then respectively send 100 packets to port3 by the 3 streams.

  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 2.

- Case: Mode 2(Balance XOR) Bring all slave links down
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
		Bring all slave links down.
		Verify that bonded callback for link down is called.
		Verify no packet can be sent.

		Bring all slaves to link down at the remote end.Create 
		3 streams in the IXIA like case13.Then respectively send 100 packets 
		to port3 by the 3 streams.

		testpmd> show port info 4----(Verify bonding port has been linked down)
   	      testpmd> show port stats all----(Verify port3 have 300 rx packets,meanwhile
							 port 0,1,2 and 4 don`t have any packet)
  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 2.


- Case: Mode 2(Balance XOR) Layer 3+4 forwarding 	
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
		Use "xmit_hash_policy()" to change to this forwarding mode
		Create a stream of traffic which will exercise all slave ports using the transmit policy 

   		 ((SRC_PORT XOR DST_PORT) XOR ((SRC_IP XOR DST_IP) AND 0xffff) % # of Slaves

		Transmit data through bonded device, verify TX packet count for each slave port is as expected

		Create 3 streams on a port which is mapped with unbonded port 3 at the IXIA end.
	      And set different IP by the transmit policy.Then send 100 packets on each stream.

           testpmd> show port stats all----(Verify port3 have 300 rx packets,
				meanwhile port4 have 300 rx packets, port 0-2 have 100 tx packets respectively)

		Add Vlan tag in the previouse 3 streams. Everthing else remains the same. 
		Then send 100 packets on each stream. Verify the packet statics is the same as above.  

   	      testpmd> show port stats all----(Verify port3  
		have 300 rx packets,meanwhile port4 have 300 rx packets,port 0-2 have 100 tx packets respecitvely)
  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 2.

- Case: Mode 2(Balance XOR) RX test
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
		Send 100 packets to each bonded slaves(port0,1,2)
		Verify that each slave receives 100 packets and the bonded device receive a total 300 packets.
		Verify that the bonded device forwards 300 packets to the non-bonded port(port4).

		Send 100 packets to port0,1,2 respectively.

    		testpmd> show port stats all----(Verify port0,1,2 have 100 tx packets respectively 
				and port4 have 300 rx packets,and port3 have 300 tx packets)

  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 2.

- Case: Mode 3(Broadcast) TX/RX Test
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
		Add ports 0-2 as slave devices to the bonded port 4. Make all slaves
	      to be active slaves on bonded device. 

            RX: Send a packet stream(100 packets) from port A on the traffic
		    generator to be forwarded through the bonded port4 to port3.
		    Verify the sum of the packets transmitted from the traffic generator
		    portA is equal the total received packets on port0, port4 and portD(Traffic generator).

               testpmd> show port stats all---(Verify port0 receive 100 packets, 
				and port4 receive 100 packets, and port3 transmit 100 packets)

           TX: Send a packet stream(100 packets) from portD on the traffic generator 
               to be forwarded through port3 to the bonded port4. Verify the sum of 
               the packets(100packets) transmitted from the traffic generator port is equal the total 
               received packets on port4, portA and transmitted to port0.
    
          testpmd> show port stats all---(Verify port3 RX 100 packets, 
                    and port0,1,2 TX 100 packets,port4 has 300 TX packets)
  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 3.


- Case: Mode 3(Broadcast) Bring one slave link down
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
		Bring one slave port link down. Send 100 packets through portD to port3,
	      then port3 forwards to bondede device(port4), verify that the bonded device 
		and other slaves TX the correct number of packets(100 packets for each port).
  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 3.

- Case: Mode 3(Broadcast) Bring all slave links down
  Description: 
		Use Setup#1.
		Bring all slave ports of bonded port down
		Verify that bonded callback for link down is called
		Verify that data cannot be sent or received through bonded port.
  Expected test result:
            Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 3.

- Case: Mode 5(Transmit load balance) basic test  
============================================================================

Use Setup#1

Create bonded device. Add first slave - port 0. Verify default bonded device has default mode 5. 
Verify bonded device MAC address is that of primary slave. Add another slaves port 1 and 2 to 
the bonded device. Verify that their MAC are different.

Bring the primary slave down. Verify if bonding interface reconfigured itself. The next port 
(in this scenario port 1) should became a primary one but the MAC should not be changed - should 
still be the MAC of port 0.

Bring a slave of bonding device down. Verify if bonding interface reconfigured itself.

Bring the portA, portB and portC down. Verify the bonded device will link down.

Set bonded device promiscuous mode to be off. Verify only the promiscuous state of primary 
interface will be off.


- Case: Mode 5(Transmit load balance)  TX/RX test 
============================================================================

Use Setup#1

Create a bonded device(port4 in this scenario). Add port 0-2 as slaves of bonding port4. Make 
packets to transmit between port3 and port4. Then start to forward streams.

TX: Prepare a packet stream which will send packets in 5 minutes. Send this stream from portD 
to port3. Verify that port3 will receive all packets---no missed packets and no error packets. 
Port 0-2 transmitting packets will be represented as packet0, packet1 and packet2 respectively 
and their average packets will be represented as mean.  Then verify port 0-2 will meet the situation:
mean = (packet0 + packet1 + packet2)/3, packet0, packet1 and packet2 will be higher than 90% of mean 
and lower than 110% of mean. Then the test of port0, port1 and port2 balancing are finished positive.

RX: A continuation of TX testing setup. Prepare 3 packet streams and each stream has 100 packets.
 Respectively, send these streams from portA, portB and portC. Verify only the primary slave port0 will 
receive 100 packets, and port3 will transmit 100 packets.


- Case: Mode 5(Transmit load balance)  Bring one slave link down
 ============================================================================

Use Setup#1

Create a bonded device(port4 in this scenario). Add port0, port1 and port2 as slaves of bonding port4.
 Make packets to transmit between port3 and port4. Then start to forward streams.

TX: Prepare a packet stream which will send packets in 5 minutes. Bringing port0 link down in the remote 
end. Send this stream from portD to port3. After the time of 5 minutes is out, verify that port3 will receive
 all packets---no missed packets and no error packets. Port 1-2 transmitting packets will be represented as 
packet1 and packet2 respectively and their average packets will be represented as mean. Then verify port1 and 
port2 will meet the situation:
mean = (packet1 + packet2)/2, packet1 and packet2 will be higher than 90% of mean and lower than 110% of mean. 
Then the test of port1 and port2 balancing are finished positive.

RX: Prepare 3 packet streams and each stream has 100 packets. Respectively, send these streams from portA, portB 
and portC. Verify the primary port(port0 this scenario) will receive 100 packets, and port1 and port2 will receive
 nothing, and port3 will transmit 100 packets.


- Case: Mode 5(Transmit load balance)  Bring all slaves link down 
=============================================================================

Use Setup#1

First, set the same setup as case 30. Second, bring all slaves link down.

TX: Prepare 1 packet stream which will have 300 packets. Send this stream from portD to port3. Verify port0, 
port1 and port2 will transmit nothing.

RX: Prepare 3 packet streams and each stream has 100 packets. Respectively, send these streams from portA,
portB and portC. Verify port0, port1 and port2 will receive nothing.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: dev [mailto:dev-bounces@dpdk.org] On Behalf Of Pawel Wodkowski
> Sent: Friday, March 20, 2015 12:09 AM
> To: dev@dpdk.org
> Cc: Wodkowski, PawelX
> Subject: [dpdk-dev] [PATCH] ixgbe: fix buffer overrun bug in non-bulk
> alloc mode setup
> 
> From: Pawel Wodkowski <pawelx.wdkowski@intel.com>
> 
> When bulk alloc is enabled at compile time but preconditions for
> it are not met at runtime the ixgbe_reset_rx_queue() function
> overrides rxq->sw_ring not allocated elements.
> 
> Fixes: 01fa1d6 ("ixgbe: unify Rx setup")
> Signed-off-by: Pawel Wodkowski <pawelx.wodkowski@intel.com>
> ---
>  lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c | 4 ++--
>  1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
> 
> diff --git a/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
> b/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
> index 42f0aa5..dddc12f 100644
> --- a/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
> +++ b/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
> @@ -2111,8 +2111,8 @@ ixgbe_reset_rx_queue(struct ixgbe_hw *hw, struct
> ixgbe_rx_queue *rxq)
>  	 * entries is always allocated
>  	 */
>  	memset(&rxq->fake_mbuf, 0x0, sizeof(rxq->fake_mbuf));
> -	for (i = 0; i < RTE_PMD_IXGBE_RX_MAX_BURST; ++i) {
> -		rxq->sw_ring[rxq->nb_rx_desc + i].mbuf = &rxq->fake_mbuf;
> +	for (i = rxq->nb_rx_desc; i < len; ++i) {
> +		rxq->sw_ring[i].mbuf = &rxq->fake_mbuf;
>  	}
> 
>  	rxq->rx_nb_avail = 0;
> --
> 1.9.1
Thomas Monjalon March 20, 2015, 9:45 p.m. UTC | #4
2015-03-20 06:50, Jiajia, SunX:
> Tested-by: Jiajia, SunX <sunx.jiajia@intel.com>
> - Tested Commit: fe4810a01e57645ad92577d628f562791408ce21

This commit id is related to a PDF doc change.

> - OS: Fedora20 3.11.10-301.fc20.x86_64
> - GCC: gcc version 4.8.3
> - CPU: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2680 v2 @ 2.80GHz
> - NIC: Intel Corporation 82599ES 10-Gigabit SFI/SFP+ Network Connection [8086:10fb]
> - Target x86_64-native-linuxapp-gcc
> - Total 22 cases, 22 passed, 0 failed

It seems this test is related to bonding, not ixgbe buffer overrun in
non-bulk alloc mode.

> TOPO:
> * Connections ports between tester/ixia and DUT
>   - TESTER(Or IXIA)-------DUT
>   - portA------------------port0
>   - portB------------------port1
>   - portC------------------port2
>   - portD------------------port3
> 
> Test Setup#1 for Functional test
> ================================
> 
> Tester has 4 ports(portA--portD), and DUT has 4 ports(port0--port3), then connect portA to port0, portB to port1, portC to port2, portD to port3. 
> 
> 
> 
> - Case: Basic bonding--Create bonded devices and slaves
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 		Create bonded device and add some ports as salve of bonded device,
>             Then removed slaves or added slaves or change the bonding primary slave
>             Or change bonding mode and so on.
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the basic functions are normal.
> 
> - Case: Basic bonding--MAC Address Test
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 		Create bonded device and add some ports as slaves of bonded device,
>             Check that the changes of  the bonded device and slave MAC
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the behavior of bonded device and slave according to the mode.
> 
> - Case: Basic bonding--Device Promiscuous Mode Test
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 		Create bonded device and add some ports as slaves of bonded device,
>             Set promiscuous mode on or off, then send packets to the bonded device
>             Or slaves.
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves according to the mode.
> 
> - Case: Mode 0(Round Robin) TX/RX test
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 		Create bonded device with mode 0 and add 3 ports as slaves of bonded device,
>             Forward packets between bonded device and unbounded device, start to forward,
>             And send packets to unbound device or slaves.
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 0.
> 
> - Case: Mode 0(Round Robin) Bring one slave link down
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 		Create bonded device with mode 0 and add 3 ports as slaves of bonded device,
>             Forward packets between bonded device and unbounded device, start to forward,
>             Bring the link on either port 0, 1 or 2 down. And send packets to unbound 
>             device or slaves.
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 0.
> 
> - Case: Mode 0(Round Robin) Bring all slave links down
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 		Create bonded device with mode 0 and add 3 ports as slaves of bonded device,
>             Forward packets between bonded device and unbounded device, start to forward,
>             Bring the links down on all bonded ports. And send packets to unbound 
>             device or slaves.
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 0.
> 
> - Case: Mode 1(Active Backup) TX/RX Test
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 		Create bonded device with mode 1 and add 3 ports as slaves of bonded device,
>             Forward packets between bonded device and unbounded device, start to forward,
>             And send packets to unbound device or slaves.
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 1.
> 
> - Case: Mode 1(Active Backup) Change active slave, RX/TX test
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 		Continuing from previous test case.Change the active slave port from port0 
>             to port1.Verify that the bonded device's MAC has changed to slave1's MAC.
> 
>             testpmd> set bonding primary 1 4 
> 
>            Repeat the transmission and reception(TX/RX) test verify that data is now 
>            transmitted and received through the new active slave and no longer through
>            port0
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 1.
> 
> - Case: Mode 1(Active Backup) Link up/down active eth dev
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 
>            Bring link between port A and port0 down. If tester is ixia, can use 
>            IxExplorer to set the "Simulate Cable Disconnect" at the port property.  
>            Verify that the active slave has been changed from port0. Repeat the 
>            transmission and reception test verify that data is now transmitted and
>            received through the new active slave and no longer through port0
> 
>            Bring port0 to link down at the remote end.Verify the active slave has been changed from port0.
>            send 100 packets to port3.
> 
>            testpmd> show port stats 4----(Verify port3 have 100 rx packets,meanwhile
>           port4 have 100 tx packets,the current primary port have 100 tx packets,and port0
>           doesn`t have any packet)
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 1. 
> 
> - Case: Mode 1(Active Backup) Bring all slave links down
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
>             Bring all slave ports of bonded port down.
>             Verify that bonded callback for link down is called and no active slaves. 
>             Verify that data cannot be sent or received through bonded port. Send 100 packets 
>             to port3 and verify that bonded port can't TX 100 packets.
> 
>             Bring port 0-2 to link down at the remote end. Verify port4 has been link down and has no active slave.
>             Send 100 rx packets to port3. 
> 
>          testpmd> show port stats 4----(Verify port3 have 100 rx packets,meanwhile 
>                                         port4 doesn`t have any packet)
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 1.
> 
> - Case: Mode 2(Balance XOR) TX Load Balance test
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
>             Bonded port will activate each slave eth dev based on the following hash function:
> 
>              ((dst_mac XOR src_mac) % (number of slave ports))
> 
>             Send 300 packets from IXIA port D to non-bonded port(port3),and verify these packets 
>             will be forwarded to bonded device. The bonded device will transimit these packets to all slaves.
>             Verify that each slave receive correct number of packets according to the policy. The total number
>             of packets which received by slave should be equal as 300 packets. 
> 
>             Create 3 streams in the IXIA,which streams source MAC are 00:00:03:00:0F:00,
>             00:00:03:00:0F:01,00:00:03:00:0F:02 respectively (make sure generate different value by
>             the policy ((dst_mac XOR src_mac) % (number of slave ports)) ) and dest MAC all is 
>             90:E2:BA:4A:54:80(this value should been your unbonded port address). Respectively
>             send 100 packets to port3 by the 3 streams.
> 
>             testpmd> show port stats all----(Verify port3 have 300 rx packets,
>             port4 have 300 tx packets,and port 0-2 have 100 tx packets respectively)
> 
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 2.
> 
> - Case: Mode 2(Balance XOR) TX Load Balance Link down
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 		ring link down of one slave.
>             Send 300 packets from non-bonded port(port3), and verify these 
> 		packets will be forwarded to bonded device. 
>             Verify that each active slave receive correct number of packets
>             (according to the mode policy), and the down slave will not receive packets.
> 		Link down slave 0 at the remote end.Create 3 streams in the IXIA like case13.
> 		Then respectively send 100 packets to port3 by the 3 streams.
> 
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 2.
> 
> - Case: Mode 2(Balance XOR) Bring all slave links down
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 		Bring all slave links down.
> 		Verify that bonded callback for link down is called.
> 		Verify no packet can be sent.
> 
> 		Bring all slaves to link down at the remote end.Create 
> 		3 streams in the IXIA like case13.Then respectively send 100 packets 
> 		to port3 by the 3 streams.
> 
> 		testpmd> show port info 4----(Verify bonding port has been linked down)
>    	      testpmd> show port stats all----(Verify port3 have 300 rx packets,meanwhile
> 							 port 0,1,2 and 4 don`t have any packet)
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 2.
> 
> 
> - Case: Mode 2(Balance XOR) Layer 3+4 forwarding 	
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 		Use "xmit_hash_policy()" to change to this forwarding mode
> 		Create a stream of traffic which will exercise all slave ports using the transmit policy 
> 
>    		 ((SRC_PORT XOR DST_PORT) XOR ((SRC_IP XOR DST_IP) AND 0xffff) % # of Slaves
> 
> 		Transmit data through bonded device, verify TX packet count for each slave port is as expected
> 
> 		Create 3 streams on a port which is mapped with unbonded port 3 at the IXIA end.
> 	      And set different IP by the transmit policy.Then send 100 packets on each stream.
> 
>            testpmd> show port stats all----(Verify port3 have 300 rx packets,
> 				meanwhile port4 have 300 rx packets, port 0-2 have 100 tx packets respectively)
> 
> 		Add Vlan tag in the previouse 3 streams. Everthing else remains the same. 
> 		Then send 100 packets on each stream. Verify the packet statics is the same as above.  
> 
>    	      testpmd> show port stats all----(Verify port3  
> 		have 300 rx packets,meanwhile port4 have 300 rx packets,port 0-2 have 100 tx packets respecitvely)
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 2.
> 
> - Case: Mode 2(Balance XOR) RX test
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 		Send 100 packets to each bonded slaves(port0,1,2)
> 		Verify that each slave receives 100 packets and the bonded device receive a total 300 packets.
> 		Verify that the bonded device forwards 300 packets to the non-bonded port(port4).
> 
> 		Send 100 packets to port0,1,2 respectively.
> 
>     		testpmd> show port stats all----(Verify port0,1,2 have 100 tx packets respectively 
> 				and port4 have 300 rx packets,and port3 have 300 tx packets)
> 
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 2.
> 
> - Case: Mode 3(Broadcast) TX/RX Test
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 		Add ports 0-2 as slave devices to the bonded port 4. Make all slaves
> 	      to be active slaves on bonded device. 
> 
>             RX: Send a packet stream(100 packets) from port A on the traffic
> 		    generator to be forwarded through the bonded port4 to port3.
> 		    Verify the sum of the packets transmitted from the traffic generator
> 		    portA is equal the total received packets on port0, port4 and portD(Traffic generator).
> 
>                testpmd> show port stats all---(Verify port0 receive 100 packets, 
> 				and port4 receive 100 packets, and port3 transmit 100 packets)
> 
>            TX: Send a packet stream(100 packets) from portD on the traffic generator 
>                to be forwarded through port3 to the bonded port4. Verify the sum of 
>                the packets(100packets) transmitted from the traffic generator port is equal the total 
>                received packets on port4, portA and transmitted to port0.
>     
>           testpmd> show port stats all---(Verify port3 RX 100 packets, 
>                     and port0,1,2 TX 100 packets,port4 has 300 TX packets)
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 3.
> 
> 
> - Case: Mode 3(Broadcast) Bring one slave link down
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 		Bring one slave port link down. Send 100 packets through portD to port3,
> 	      then port3 forwards to bondede device(port4), verify that the bonded device 
> 		and other slaves TX the correct number of packets(100 packets for each port).
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 3.
> 
> - Case: Mode 3(Broadcast) Bring all slave links down
>   Description: 
> 		Use Setup#1.
> 		Bring all slave ports of bonded port down
> 		Verify that bonded callback for link down is called
> 		Verify that data cannot be sent or received through bonded port.
>   Expected test result:
>             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in mode 3.
> 
> - Case: Mode 5(Transmit load balance) basic test  
> ============================================================================
> 
> Use Setup#1
> 
> Create bonded device. Add first slave - port 0. Verify default bonded device has default mode 5. 
> Verify bonded device MAC address is that of primary slave. Add another slaves port 1 and 2 to 
> the bonded device. Verify that their MAC are different.
> 
> Bring the primary slave down. Verify if bonding interface reconfigured itself. The next port 
> (in this scenario port 1) should became a primary one but the MAC should not be changed - should 
> still be the MAC of port 0.
> 
> Bring a slave of bonding device down. Verify if bonding interface reconfigured itself.
> 
> Bring the portA, portB and portC down. Verify the bonded device will link down.
> 
> Set bonded device promiscuous mode to be off. Verify only the promiscuous state of primary 
> interface will be off.
> 
> 
> - Case: Mode 5(Transmit load balance)  TX/RX test 
> ============================================================================
> 
> Use Setup#1
> 
> Create a bonded device(port4 in this scenario). Add port 0-2 as slaves of bonding port4. Make 
> packets to transmit between port3 and port4. Then start to forward streams.
> 
> TX: Prepare a packet stream which will send packets in 5 minutes. Send this stream from portD 
> to port3. Verify that port3 will receive all packets---no missed packets and no error packets. 
> Port 0-2 transmitting packets will be represented as packet0, packet1 and packet2 respectively 
> and their average packets will be represented as mean.  Then verify port 0-2 will meet the situation:
> mean = (packet0 + packet1 + packet2)/3, packet0, packet1 and packet2 will be higher than 90% of mean 
> and lower than 110% of mean. Then the test of port0, port1 and port2 balancing are finished positive.
> 
> RX: A continuation of TX testing setup. Prepare 3 packet streams and each stream has 100 packets.
>  Respectively, send these streams from portA, portB and portC. Verify only the primary slave port0 will 
> receive 100 packets, and port3 will transmit 100 packets.
> 
> 
> - Case: Mode 5(Transmit load balance)  Bring one slave link down
>  ============================================================================
> 
> Use Setup#1
> 
> Create a bonded device(port4 in this scenario). Add port0, port1 and port2 as slaves of bonding port4.
>  Make packets to transmit between port3 and port4. Then start to forward streams.
> 
> TX: Prepare a packet stream which will send packets in 5 minutes. Bringing port0 link down in the remote 
> end. Send this stream from portD to port3. After the time of 5 minutes is out, verify that port3 will receive
>  all packets---no missed packets and no error packets. Port 1-2 transmitting packets will be represented as 
> packet1 and packet2 respectively and their average packets will be represented as mean. Then verify port1 and 
> port2 will meet the situation:
> mean = (packet1 + packet2)/2, packet1 and packet2 will be higher than 90% of mean and lower than 110% of mean. 
> Then the test of port1 and port2 balancing are finished positive.
> 
> RX: Prepare 3 packet streams and each stream has 100 packets. Respectively, send these streams from portA, portB 
> and portC. Verify the primary port(port0 this scenario) will receive 100 packets, and port1 and port2 will receive
>  nothing, and port3 will transmit 100 packets.
> 
> 
> - Case: Mode 5(Transmit load balance)  Bring all slaves link down 
> =============================================================================
> 
> Use Setup#1
> 
> First, set the same setup as case 30. Second, bring all slaves link down.
> 
> TX: Prepare 1 packet stream which will have 300 packets. Send this stream from portD to port3. Verify port0, 
> port1 and port2 will transmit nothing.
> 
> RX: Prepare 3 packet streams and each stream has 100 packets. Respectively, send these streams from portA,
> portB and portC. Verify port0, port1 and port2 will receive nothing.
> 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: dev [mailto:dev-bounces@dpdk.org] On Behalf Of Pawel Wodkowski
> > Sent: Friday, March 20, 2015 12:09 AM
> > To: dev@dpdk.org
> > Cc: Wodkowski, PawelX
> > Subject: [dpdk-dev] [PATCH] ixgbe: fix buffer overrun bug in non-bulk
> > alloc mode setup
> > 
> > From: Pawel Wodkowski <pawelx.wdkowski@intel.com>
> > 
> > When bulk alloc is enabled at compile time but preconditions for
> > it are not met at runtime the ixgbe_reset_rx_queue() function
> > overrides rxq->sw_ring not allocated elements.
> > 
> > Fixes: 01fa1d6 ("ixgbe: unify Rx setup")
> > Signed-off-by: Pawel Wodkowski <pawelx.wodkowski@intel.com>
> > ---
> >  lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c | 4 ++--
> >  1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
> > 
> > diff --git a/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
> > b/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
> > index 42f0aa5..dddc12f 100644
> > --- a/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
> > +++ b/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
> > @@ -2111,8 +2111,8 @@ ixgbe_reset_rx_queue(struct ixgbe_hw *hw, struct
> > ixgbe_rx_queue *rxq)
> >  	 * entries is always allocated
> >  	 */
> >  	memset(&rxq->fake_mbuf, 0x0, sizeof(rxq->fake_mbuf));
> > -	for (i = 0; i < RTE_PMD_IXGBE_RX_MAX_BURST; ++i) {
> > -		rxq->sw_ring[rxq->nb_rx_desc + i].mbuf = &rxq->fake_mbuf;
> > +	for (i = rxq->nb_rx_desc; i < len; ++i) {
> > +		rxq->sw_ring[i].mbuf = &rxq->fake_mbuf;
> >  	}
> > 
> >  	rxq->rx_nb_avail = 0;
> > --
> > 1.9.1
>
Thomas Monjalon March 20, 2015, 9:46 p.m. UTC | #5
> > From: Pawel Wodkowski <pawelx.wdkowski@intel.com>
> > 
> > When bulk alloc is enabled at compile time but preconditions for
> > it are not met at runtime the ixgbe_reset_rx_queue() function
> > overrides rxq->sw_ring not allocated elements.
> > 
> > Fixes: 01fa1d6 ("ixgbe: unify Rx setup")

Thanks for using the Fixes: tag.

> > Signed-off-by: Pawel Wodkowski <pawelx.wodkowski@intel.com>
> 
> Acked-by: Konstantin Ananyev <konstantin.ananyev@intel.com>

Applied, thanks
Jiajia, SunX March 23, 2015, 2:10 a.m. UTC | #6
Hi Thomas,

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thomas Monjalon [mailto:thomas.monjalon@6wind.com]
> Sent: Saturday, March 21, 2015 5:46 AM
> To: Jiajia, SunX
> Cc: dev@dpdk.org; Wodkowski, PawelX
> Subject: Re: [dpdk-dev] [PATCH] ixgbe: fix buffer overrun bug in non-
> bulk alloc mode setup
> 
> 2015-03-20 06:50, Jiajia, SunX:
> > Tested-by: Jiajia, SunX <sunx.jiajia@intel.com>
> > - Tested Commit: fe4810a01e57645ad92577d628f562791408ce21
> 
> This commit id is related to a PDF doc change.

I verify this issue based on this commit id which is not the commit id I found, 
Sorry for making you confused. BTW, I found this issue in the 
dpdk-2.0.0-rc2, which commit id is 1a5994ac2ce11c112d9eed69c08311b31ac7f3d2.

> 
> > - OS: Fedora20 3.11.10-301.fc20.x86_64
> > - GCC: gcc version 4.8.3
> > - CPU: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2680 v2 @ 2.80GHz
> > - NIC: Intel Corporation 82599ES 10-Gigabit SFI/SFP+ Network
> Connection [8086:10fb]
> > - Target x86_64-native-linuxapp-gcc
> > - Total 22 cases, 22 passed, 0 failed
> 
> It seems this test is related to bonding, not ixgbe buffer overrun in
> non-bulk alloc mode.

Because I found this issue when doing the test of bonding, so I think doing
Bonding test should work on verifying this issue. 

> 
> > TOPO:
> > * Connections ports between tester/ixia and DUT
> >   - TESTER(Or IXIA)-------DUT
> >   - portA------------------port0
> >   - portB------------------port1
> >   - portC------------------port2
> >   - portD------------------port3
> >
> > Test Setup#1 for Functional test
> > ================================
> >
> > Tester has 4 ports(portA--portD), and DUT has 4 ports(port0--port3),
> then connect portA to port0, portB to port1, portC to port2, portD to
> port3.
> >
> >
> >
> > - Case: Basic bonding--Create bonded devices and slaves
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> > 		Create bonded device and add some ports as salve of bonded
> device,
> >             Then removed slaves or added slaves or change the bonding
> primary slave
> >             Or change bonding mode and so on.
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the basic functions are normal.
> >
> > - Case: Basic bonding--MAC Address Test
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> > 		Create bonded device and add some ports as slaves of bonded
> device,
> >             Check that the changes of  the bonded device and slave
> MAC
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the behavior of bonded device and slave according
> to the mode.
> >
> > - Case: Basic bonding--Device Promiscuous Mode Test
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> > 		Create bonded device and add some ports as slaves of bonded
> device,
> >             Set promiscuous mode on or off, then send packets to the
> bonded device
> >             Or slaves.
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves
> according to the mode.
> >
> > - Case: Mode 0(Round Robin) TX/RX test
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> > 		Create bonded device with mode 0 and add 3 ports as slaves
> of bonded device,
> >             Forward packets between bonded device and unbounded
> device, start to forward,
> >             And send packets to unbound device or slaves.
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in
> mode 0.
> >
> > - Case: Mode 0(Round Robin) Bring one slave link down
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> > 		Create bonded device with mode 0 and add 3 ports as slaves
> of bonded device,
> >             Forward packets between bonded device and unbounded
> device, start to forward,
> >             Bring the link on either port 0, 1 or 2 down. And send
> packets to unbound
> >             device or slaves.
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in
> mode 0.
> >
> > - Case: Mode 0(Round Robin) Bring all slave links down
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> > 		Create bonded device with mode 0 and add 3 ports as slaves
> of bonded device,
> >             Forward packets between bonded device and unbounded
> device, start to forward,
> >             Bring the links down on all bonded ports. And send
> packets to unbound
> >             device or slaves.
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in
> mode 0.
> >
> > - Case: Mode 1(Active Backup) TX/RX Test
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> > 		Create bonded device with mode 1 and add 3 ports as slaves
> of bonded device,
> >             Forward packets between bonded device and unbounded
> device, start to forward,
> >             And send packets to unbound device or slaves.
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in
> mode 1.
> >
> > - Case: Mode 1(Active Backup) Change active slave, RX/TX test
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> > 		Continuing from previous test case.Change the active slave
> port from port0
> >             to port1.Verify that the bonded device's MAC has changed
> to slave1's MAC.
> >
> >             testpmd> set bonding primary 1 4
> >
> >            Repeat the transmission and reception(TX/RX) test verify
> that data is now
> >            transmitted and received through the new active slave and
> no longer through
> >            port0
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in
> mode 1.
> >
> > - Case: Mode 1(Active Backup) Link up/down active eth dev
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> >
> >            Bring link between port A and port0 down. If tester is
> ixia, can use
> >            IxExplorer to set the "Simulate Cable Disconnect" at the
> port property.
> >            Verify that the active slave has been changed from port0.
> Repeat the
> >            transmission and reception test verify that data is now
> transmitted and
> >            received through the new active slave and no longer
> through port0
> >
> >            Bring port0 to link down at the remote end.Verify the
> active slave has been changed from port0.
> >            send 100 packets to port3.
> >
> >            testpmd> show port stats 4----(Verify port3 have 100 rx
> packets,meanwhile
> >           port4 have 100 tx packets,the current primary port have 100
> tx packets,and port0
> >           doesn`t have any packet)
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in
> mode 1.
> >
> > - Case: Mode 1(Active Backup) Bring all slave links down
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> >             Bring all slave ports of bonded port down.
> >             Verify that bonded callback for link down is called and
> no active slaves.
> >             Verify that data cannot be sent or received through
> bonded port. Send 100 packets
> >             to port3 and verify that bonded port can't TX 100 packets.
> >
> >             Bring port 0-2 to link down at the remote end. Verify
> port4 has been link down and has no active slave.
> >             Send 100 rx packets to port3.
> >
> >          testpmd> show port stats 4----(Verify port3 have 100 rx
> packets,meanwhile
> >                                         port4 doesn`t have any packet)
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in
> mode 1.
> >
> > - Case: Mode 2(Balance XOR) TX Load Balance test
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> >             Bonded port will activate each slave eth dev based on the
> following hash function:
> >
> >              ((dst_mac XOR src_mac) % (number of slave ports))
> >
> >             Send 300 packets from IXIA port D to non-bonded
> port(port3),and verify these packets
> >             will be forwarded to bonded device. The bonded device
> will transimit these packets to all slaves.
> >             Verify that each slave receive correct number of packets
> according to the policy. The total number
> >             of packets which received by slave should be equal as 300
> packets.
> >
> >             Create 3 streams in the IXIA,which streams source MAC are
> 00:00:03:00:0F:00,
> >             00:00:03:00:0F:01,00:00:03:00:0F:02 respectively (make
> sure generate different value by
> >             the policy ((dst_mac XOR src_mac) % (number of slave
> ports)) ) and dest MAC all is
> >             90:E2:BA:4A:54:80(this value should been your unbonded
> port address). Respectively
> >             send 100 packets to port3 by the 3 streams.
> >
> >             testpmd> show port stats all----(Verify port3 have 300 rx
> packets,
> >             port4 have 300 tx packets,and port 0-2 have 100 tx
> packets respectively)
> >
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in
> mode 2.
> >
> > - Case: Mode 2(Balance XOR) TX Load Balance Link down
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> > 		ring link down of one slave.
> >             Send 300 packets from non-bonded port(port3), and verify
> these
> > 		packets will be forwarded to bonded device.
> >             Verify that each active slave receive correct number of
> packets
> >             (according to the mode policy), and the down slave will
> not receive packets.
> > 		Link down slave 0 at the remote end.Create 3 streams in the
> IXIA like case13.
> > 		Then respectively send 100 packets to port3 by the 3
> streams.
> >
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in
> mode 2.
> >
> > - Case: Mode 2(Balance XOR) Bring all slave links down
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> > 		Bring all slave links down.
> > 		Verify that bonded callback for link down is called.
> > 		Verify no packet can be sent.
> >
> > 		Bring all slaves to link down at the remote end.Create
> > 		3 streams in the IXIA like case13.Then respectively send
> 100 packets
> > 		to port3 by the 3 streams.
> >
> > 		testpmd> show port info 4----(Verify bonding port has been
> linked down)
> >    	      testpmd> show port stats all----(Verify port3 have 300 rx
> packets,meanwhile
> > 							 port 0,1,2 and 4 don`t have
> any packet)
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in
> mode 2.
> >
> >
> > - Case: Mode 2(Balance XOR) Layer 3+4 forwarding
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> > 		Use "xmit_hash_policy()" to change to this forwarding mode
> > 		Create a stream of traffic which will exercise all slave
> ports using the transmit policy
> >
> >    		 ((SRC_PORT XOR DST_PORT) XOR ((SRC_IP XOR DST_IP) AND
> 0xffff) % # of Slaves
> >
> > 		Transmit data through bonded device, verify TX packet count
> for each slave port is as expected
> >
> > 		Create 3 streams on a port which is mapped with unbonded
> port 3 at the IXIA end.
> > 	      And set different IP by the transmit policy.Then send 100
> packets on each stream.
> >
> >            testpmd> show port stats all----(Verify port3 have 300 rx
> packets,
> > 				meanwhile port4 have 300 rx packets, port 0-2
> have 100 tx packets respectively)
> >
> > 		Add Vlan tag in the previouse 3 streams. Everthing else
> remains the same.
> > 		Then send 100 packets on each stream. Verify the packet
> statics is the same as above.
> >
> >    	      testpmd> show port stats all----(Verify port3
> > 		have 300 rx packets,meanwhile port4 have 300 rx
> packets,port 0-2 have 100 tx packets respecitvely)
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in
> mode 2.
> >
> > - Case: Mode 2(Balance XOR) RX test
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> > 		Send 100 packets to each bonded slaves(port0,1,2)
> > 		Verify that each slave receives 100 packets and the bonded
> device receive a total 300 packets.
> > 		Verify that the bonded device forwards 300 packets to the
> non-bonded port(port4).
> >
> > 		Send 100 packets to port0,1,2 respectively.
> >
> >     		testpmd> show port stats all----(Verify port0,1,2
> have 100 tx packets respectively
> > 				and port4 have 300 rx packets,and port3 have
> 300 tx packets)
> >
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in
> mode 2.
> >
> > - Case: Mode 3(Broadcast) TX/RX Test
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> > 		Add ports 0-2 as slave devices to the bonded port 4. Make
> all slaves
> > 	      to be active slaves on bonded device.
> >
> >             RX: Send a packet stream(100 packets) from port A on the
> traffic
> > 		    generator to be forwarded through the bonded port4 to
> port3.
> > 		    Verify the sum of the packets transmitted from the
> traffic generator
> > 		    portA is equal the total received packets on port0,
> port4 and portD(Traffic generator).
> >
> >                testpmd> show port stats all---(Verify port0 receive
> 100 packets,
> > 				and port4 receive 100 packets, and port3
> transmit 100 packets)
> >
> >            TX: Send a packet stream(100 packets) from portD on the
> traffic generator
> >                to be forwarded through port3 to the bonded port4.
> Verify the sum of
> >                the packets(100packets) transmitted from the traffic
> generator port is equal the total
> >                received packets on port4, portA and transmitted to
> port0.
> >
> >           testpmd> show port stats all---(Verify port3 RX 100 packets,
> >                     and port0,1,2 TX 100 packets,port4 has 300 TX
> packets)
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in
> mode 3.
> >
> >
> > - Case: Mode 3(Broadcast) Bring one slave link down
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> > 		Bring one slave port link down. Send 100 packets through
> portD to port3,
> > 	      then port3 forwards to bondede device(port4), verify that
> the bonded device
> > 		and other slaves TX the correct number of packets(100
> packets for each port).
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in
> mode 3.
> >
> > - Case: Mode 3(Broadcast) Bring all slave links down
> >   Description:
> > 		Use Setup#1.
> > 		Bring all slave ports of bonded port down
> > 		Verify that bonded callback for link down is called
> > 		Verify that data cannot be sent or received through bonded
> port.
> >   Expected test result:
> >             Verify the RX/TX status of bonded device and slaves in
> mode 3.
> >
> > - Case: Mode 5(Transmit load balance) basic test
> >
> =======================================================================
> =====
> >
> > Use Setup#1
> >
> > Create bonded device. Add first slave - port 0. Verify default bonded
> device has default mode 5.
> > Verify bonded device MAC address is that of primary slave. Add
> another slaves port 1 and 2 to
> > the bonded device. Verify that their MAC are different.
> >
> > Bring the primary slave down. Verify if bonding interface
> reconfigured itself. The next port
> > (in this scenario port 1) should became a primary one but the MAC
> should not be changed - should
> > still be the MAC of port 0.
> >
> > Bring a slave of bonding device down. Verify if bonding interface
> reconfigured itself.
> >
> > Bring the portA, portB and portC down. Verify the bonded device will
> link down.
> >
> > Set bonded device promiscuous mode to be off. Verify only the
> promiscuous state of primary
> > interface will be off.
> >
> >
> > - Case: Mode 5(Transmit load balance)  TX/RX test
> >
> =======================================================================
> =====
> >
> > Use Setup#1
> >
> > Create a bonded device(port4 in this scenario). Add port 0-2 as
> slaves of bonding port4. Make
> > packets to transmit between port3 and port4. Then start to forward
> streams.
> >
> > TX: Prepare a packet stream which will send packets in 5 minutes.
> Send this stream from portD
> > to port3. Verify that port3 will receive all packets---no missed
> packets and no error packets.
> > Port 0-2 transmitting packets will be represented as packet0, packet1
> and packet2 respectively
> > and their average packets will be represented as mean.  Then verify
> port 0-2 will meet the situation:
> > mean = (packet0 + packet1 + packet2)/3, packet0, packet1 and packet2
> will be higher than 90% of mean
> > and lower than 110% of mean. Then the test of port0, port1 and port2
> balancing are finished positive.
> >
> > RX: A continuation of TX testing setup. Prepare 3 packet streams and
> each stream has 100 packets.
> >  Respectively, send these streams from portA, portB and portC. Verify
> only the primary slave port0 will
> > receive 100 packets, and port3 will transmit 100 packets.
> >
> >
> > - Case: Mode 5(Transmit load balance)  Bring one slave link down
> >
> =======================================================================
> =====
> >
> > Use Setup#1
> >
> > Create a bonded device(port4 in this scenario). Add port0, port1 and
> port2 as slaves of bonding port4.
> >  Make packets to transmit between port3 and port4. Then start to
> forward streams.
> >
> > TX: Prepare a packet stream which will send packets in 5 minutes.
> Bringing port0 link down in the remote
> > end. Send this stream from portD to port3. After the time of 5
> minutes is out, verify that port3 will receive
> >  all packets---no missed packets and no error packets. Port 1-2
> transmitting packets will be represented as
> > packet1 and packet2 respectively and their average packets will be
> represented as mean. Then verify port1 and
> > port2 will meet the situation:
> > mean = (packet1 + packet2)/2, packet1 and packet2 will be higher than
> 90% of mean and lower than 110% of mean.
> > Then the test of port1 and port2 balancing are finished positive.
> >
> > RX: Prepare 3 packet streams and each stream has 100 packets.
> Respectively, send these streams from portA, portB
> > and portC. Verify the primary port(port0 this scenario) will receive
> 100 packets, and port1 and port2 will receive
> >  nothing, and port3 will transmit 100 packets.
> >
> >
> > - Case: Mode 5(Transmit load balance)  Bring all slaves link down
> >
> =======================================================================
> ======
> >
> > Use Setup#1
> >
> > First, set the same setup as case 30. Second, bring all slaves link
> down.
> >
> > TX: Prepare 1 packet stream which will have 300 packets. Send this
> stream from portD to port3. Verify port0,
> > port1 and port2 will transmit nothing.
> >
> > RX: Prepare 3 packet streams and each stream has 100 packets.
> Respectively, send these streams from portA,
> > portB and portC. Verify port0, port1 and port2 will receive nothing.
> >
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > > From: dev [mailto:dev-bounces@dpdk.org] On Behalf Of Pawel
> Wodkowski
> > > Sent: Friday, March 20, 2015 12:09 AM
> > > To: dev@dpdk.org
> > > Cc: Wodkowski, PawelX
> > > Subject: [dpdk-dev] [PATCH] ixgbe: fix buffer overrun bug in non-
> bulk
> > > alloc mode setup
> > >
> > > From: Pawel Wodkowski <pawelx.wdkowski@intel.com>
> > >
> > > When bulk alloc is enabled at compile time but preconditions for
> > > it are not met at runtime the ixgbe_reset_rx_queue() function
> > > overrides rxq->sw_ring not allocated elements.
> > >
> > > Fixes: 01fa1d6 ("ixgbe: unify Rx setup")
> > > Signed-off-by: Pawel Wodkowski <pawelx.wodkowski@intel.com>
> > > ---
> > >  lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c | 4 ++--
> > >  1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
> > >
> > > diff --git a/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
> > > b/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
> > > index 42f0aa5..dddc12f 100644
> > > --- a/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
> > > +++ b/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
> > > @@ -2111,8 +2111,8 @@ ixgbe_reset_rx_queue(struct ixgbe_hw *hw,
> struct
> > > ixgbe_rx_queue *rxq)
> > >  	 * entries is always allocated
> > >  	 */
> > >  	memset(&rxq->fake_mbuf, 0x0, sizeof(rxq->fake_mbuf));
> > > -	for (i = 0; i < RTE_PMD_IXGBE_RX_MAX_BURST; ++i) {
> > > -		rxq->sw_ring[rxq->nb_rx_desc + i].mbuf = &rxq->fake_mbuf;
> > > +	for (i = rxq->nb_rx_desc; i < len; ++i) {
> > > +		rxq->sw_ring[i].mbuf = &rxq->fake_mbuf;
> > >  	}
> > >
> > >  	rxq->rx_nb_avail = 0;
> > > --
> > > 1.9.1
> >
>
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Patch

diff --git a/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c b/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
index 42f0aa5..dddc12f 100644
--- a/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
+++ b/lib/librte_pmd_ixgbe/ixgbe_rxtx.c
@@ -2111,8 +2111,8 @@  ixgbe_reset_rx_queue(struct ixgbe_hw *hw, struct ixgbe_rx_queue *rxq)
 	 * entries is always allocated
 	 */
 	memset(&rxq->fake_mbuf, 0x0, sizeof(rxq->fake_mbuf));
-	for (i = 0; i < RTE_PMD_IXGBE_RX_MAX_BURST; ++i) {
-		rxq->sw_ring[rxq->nb_rx_desc + i].mbuf = &rxq->fake_mbuf;
+	for (i = rxq->nb_rx_desc; i < len; ++i) {
+		rxq->sw_ring[i].mbuf = &rxq->fake_mbuf;
 	}
 
 	rxq->rx_nb_avail = 0;