NetworkPro wrote:I like these optimisation tips. Good info.
When you allocated IRQs to cores, can you tell if the core that goes to 100% is the one with the RTL8169 IRQ allocated to it?
>>no, i can't tell that - 100% LA core moves randomly, and independently from core, serving for Realtek.
Does mutli-queue-etherhet-default work with the RTL8169?
lionspy wrote:I move to ROS because my self-made billing can't handle users with real IP's.(it has been build in far 2002-2004y).
NetworkPro wrote:Cool that you tested with different motherboards. At the time the problem happens - grab a supout.rif and send to support. If it is truly a bug they should simply fix it in the next RouterOS release or sooner by providing you a custom version.
NetworkPro wrote:at -20 stuff gets smaller and electrolitic capacitors may have different capacity at that point, maybe its this ?
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