The goal of this project is to develop the linux-based research framework for the IETF IntServ IP QoS model and complete solution for the linux-based IntServ-capable router, based on the TCNG project, linux kernel traffic control, ISI RSVP daemon, novell queue discplines (EDF, RC-EDF, DC-EDF) and their admission control procedures that are able to guarantee 'hard' and 'controlled' delay and throughput bounds according to the IntServ 'G' and 'CL' classes.
The major development language is C, with the perl scripts for an analysis and visualisation tools.
sch_edf-0.1.tar.gz Flow's head packets forms simple linked list, where minimal stamp could be found in O(L) operations, where L is the number of current active flows.
sch_edf-0.2.tar.gz Flow's head packets forms dynamic binary heap, where minimal stamp could be found in O(log L) operations, where L is the number of current active flows.
dimitry.ketov at avalon dot ru