Re: [PATCH net-next v2 00/14] virtio_net: refactor xdp codes

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On Tue, Apr 18, 2023 at 02:53:13PM +0800, Xuan Zhuo wrote:
> Due to historical reasons, the implementation of XDP in virtio-net is relatively
> chaotic. For example, the processing of XDP actions has two copies of similar
> code. Such as page, xdp_page processing, etc.
> The purpose of this patch set is to refactor these code. Reduce the difficulty
> of subsequent maintenance. Subsequent developers will not introduce new bugs
> because of some complex logical relationships.
> In addition, the supporting to AF_XDP that I want to submit later will also need
> to reuse the logic of XDP, such as the processing of actions, I don't want to
> introduce a new similar code. In this way, I can reuse these codes in the
> future.
> Please review.
> Thanks.

Big refactoring, pls allow a bit more time for review. Thanks!

> v2:
>     1. re-split to make review more convenient
> v1:
>     1. fix some variables are uninitialized
> Xuan Zhuo (14):
>   virtio_net: mergeable xdp: put old page immediately
>   virtio_net: introduce mergeable_xdp_prepare()
>   virtio_net: optimize mergeable_xdp_prepare()
>   virtio_net: introduce virtnet_xdp_handler() to seprate the logic of
>     run xdp
>   virtio_net: introduce xdp res enums
>   virtio_net: separate the logic of freeing xdp shinfo
>   virtio_net: separate the logic of freeing the rest mergeable buf
>   virtio_net: auto release xdp shinfo
>   virtio_net: introduce receive_mergeable_xdp()
>   virtio_net: merge: remove skip_xdp
>   virtio_net: introduce receive_small_xdp()
>   virtio_net: small: optimize code
>   virtio_net: small: optimize code
>   virtio_net: small: remove skip_xdp
>  drivers/net/virtio_net.c | 625 +++++++++++++++++++++++----------------
>  1 file changed, 362 insertions(+), 263 deletions(-)
> --

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