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Centos7 RDO VXLAN TCP segment losses

asked 2015-06-19 10:15:19 -0500

Alexey Stupnikov gravatar image

updated 2015-06-22 05:51:46 -0500

Hi everyone!

I have a problem with multinode Juno installation (although I have had the same problems with Kilo and switched to Juno to work with RHEL OSP6 platform). The problem is simple: after few transmitted TCP packets encapsulated in VXLAN segments there is a 6 seconds interruption; there are three strange sympthoms:

- NO interruption for ICMP packets even in flood mode.
- VXLAN IF recieves all packets, but br-tun Table-0 flow counter doesn't increase for lost packets.
- small packets are also lost (not an MTU issue).

I disabled iptables, but it didn't help. Any thoughts about this issue are highly appreciated.

UPD1. I' ve tried following workarounds (with no success):

- Downgraded openvswitch and neutron modules.
- Installed openvswitch 2.3.2 from source. 
- Insert Accept rules in all filtering chains on compute node and netns router instance. 
- Played with systctl parameters (rp_filter, net.bridge.bridge-nf-call-iptables).
- Played with neutron parameters (ovs l2pop, fragmentation, arp processing).
- Replaced OVS br-tun flow-processing rules with drop actions to forward rules  (I noticed that lost packets doesn't increment counter in table 0, so I don't think that it will help)
- Switched to GRE tunnels (same result, some TCP segments are lost in transmission over VXLAN).
- Lowered MTU value (by default I use Jumbo frames).

All unsuccessfull, so again, any thoughts on this issue are highly appreciated.

UPD2. Tried linuxbridge driver. It is quite messy and doesn't work correctly for my network setup.

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answered 2015-06-22 09:31:33 -0500

Alexey Stupnikov gravatar image

There was a problem with NIC driver settings (Broadcom Corporation NetXtreme II BCM57711E 10-Gigabit PCIe, bnx2x).

The following commands fixed the problem:

  1. ethtool -K enp2s0f0 tx-checksum-ipv4 off

  2. ethtool -K enp2s0f0 tx-checksum-ipv6 off

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Fantastic, thank you! We also had this problem with these cards: Broadcom Corporation NetXtreme II BCM57711E 10-Gigabit PCIe Broadcom Corporation NetXtreme II BCM57710 10-Gigabit PCIe [Everest] (rev 01) and these ethtool commands made everything wonderful. Thanks again!

Dave Holland gravatar imageDave Holland ( 2015-07-28 04:25:04 -0500 )edit

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Last updated: Jun 22 '15