On Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 5:43 PM, Simon Horman<horms@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 03:22:32PM +0200, Julius Volz wrote:
>> Add handling of incoming ICMPv6 Packet Too Big messages. This message
>> is received when a realserver sends a packet >PMTU to the client. The
>> hop on this path with insufficient MTU will generate an ICMPv6 Packet
>> Too Big message back to the VIP. The LVS server receives this message,
>> but the call to the function handling this has been missing. Thus, IPVS
>> fails to forward the message to the real server, which then does not
>> adjust the path MTU. This patch adds the missing call to
>> ip_vs_in_icmp_v6() in ip_vs_in() to handle this situation.
>> Thanks to Rob Gallagher from HEAnet for reporting this issue and for
>> testing this patch in production (with direct routing mode).
>> Signed-off-by: Julius Volz <julius.volz@xxxxxxxxx>
>> Tested-by: Rob Gallagher <robert.gallagher@xxxxxxxxx>
> Hi Julius, Hi Rob,
> this seems reasonable to me, although it seems that the following
> code is common. I wonder if its repetition could be removed.
> if (related)
> return verdict;
> ip_vs_fill_iphdr(af, skb_network_header(skb), &iph);
I agree, though I see no "nice" way to remove this duplication
considering the ifs and #ifdefs around this. You could move the
related and verdict variables to the top of the function and then
recheck afterwards whether one of these ICMP-handling branches was
entered and put the common code in there. But this seems more
cumbersome to me than repeating the code. Maybe you see a nicer way?
Btw., exactly this structure already exists in ip_vs_out(), which is
why I adopted it like this for ip_vs_in().
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