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SubjectRe: cgroup filter on physics interface can't control container
hello guys,

I said before "we can save sk_classid before skb_scrub_packet and
restore it after that" since skb->sk had been freed in
skb_scrub_packet(), so it is not reasonable. yes?

I have another idea.
commit:f84517253(cls_cgroup: Store classid in struct sock) introduces
sk_classid and put it in skb->sk pointer. can we put sk_classid form
struct sock to struct sk_buff? then sk_classid will not be affected
by dev_forward_skb()->skb_scrub_packet() ?

any comment are welcome!


thanks,
Libo


On 2013/12/12 20:18, Libo Chen wrote:
> ping...
>
> On 2013/12/9 10:32, Libo Chen wrote:
>> hello network hackers,
>>
>> A linux container was builded with veth pair(veth0 inside container, veth1 outside container),
>>
>> the config as below:
>>
>> lxc.network.type = veth
>> lxc.network.flags = up
>> lxc.network.link = br0 // base on eth0
>> lxc.network.name = eth0
>> lxc.network.ipv4 = 128.5.130.26/24
>>
>> then I use tc command with cgroup filter on veth0, it works well. But when setting on eth0, it doesn`t work.
>>
>> The reason is dev_forward_skb() in veth_xmit will call skb_scrub_packet and clean all information including skb->sk
>> in the skb, so if cls_cgroup_classify is working in serving softirq state, it will return failer, see below:
>>
>> if (in_serving_softirq()) {
>> /* If there is an sk_classid we'll use that. */
>> if (!skb->sk)
>> return -1;
>> classid = skb->sk->sk_classid;
>> }
>>
>>
>> Qdisc with cgroup filter on physics interface can not control a container network, it is disappointed.
>>
>> we can save sk_classid before skb_scrub_packet and restore it after that. Is it reasonable? or any way to achieve this?
>>
>> thanks,
>> Libo
>>
>




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