how to run EuhatOfp

create three vmware guest machines for example,
ip of no.1 guest machine is 192.168.204.33
ip of no.2 guest machine is 192.168.204.34
ip of no.3 guest machine is 192.168.204.35

setup dpdk in every machine, all script and binary is in setup directory, refer to <5. setup dpdk> in

compile ofp over dpdk in vmware

modify test/servers.cfg

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192.168.204.33:8061
192.168.204.34:8062
192.168.204.35:8063

for every guest machine modify self ip setting in test/ofp_netwrap.cli

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debug 0
loglevel set debug
ifconfig fp0 192.168.204.33/24

in no.1 guest machine

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cd test
./release/test 0

in no.2 guest machine

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cd test
./release/test 1

in no.3 guest machine

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cd test
./release/test 2

then you can check the log files in test/log directory.

how to build EuhatOfp

EuhatOfp is a library for peer to peers communication framework through user space tcp stack, now implemented in OFP over DPDK.

1. build ofp over dpdk

compile ofp over dpdk in vmware

2. build EuhatOfp

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git clone https://github.com/euhat/EuhatOfp.git

modify the paths of dpdk, odp-dpdk and ofp in test/Makefile.

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cd test
make clean
make

compile ofp over dpdk in vmware

1. get software

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git libtool automake build-essential pkg-config libssl-dev doxygen libconfig-dev libnuma-dev libpcap-dev net-tools
ln -s /usr/bin/python3 /usr/bin/python

2. compile dpdk

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git clone http://dpdk.org/git/dpdk-stable --branch 19.11 --depth 1 dpdk-19.11

run dpdk-19.11/usertools/dpdk-setup.sh
>>> select and run "x86_64-native-linuxapp-gcc"
>>> Exit Script

3. compile odp-dpdk

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git clone https://github.com/OpenDataPlane/odp-dpdk.git

odp-dpdk/m4/odp_dpdk.m4

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# _ODP_DPDK_LEGACY(PATH, ACTION-IF-FOUND, ACTION-IF-NOT-FOUND)
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Locate DPDK installation
AC_DEFUN([_ODP_DPDK_LEGACY], [dnl
    DPDK_CFLAGS="-isystem $1/include"
    DPDK_LIB_PATH="$1/lib"
    DPDK_LDFLAGS="-L$DPDK_LIB_PATH"
    AS_IF([test -r "$DPDK_LIB_PATH"/libdpdk.so], [dnl
        DPDK_RPATH="-Wl,-rpath,$DPDK_LIB_PATH"
        DPDK_RPATH_LT="-R$DPDK_LIB_PATH"
        DPDK_SHARED=yes],
        [test ! -r "$DPDK_LIB_PATH"/libdpdk.a], [dnl
        AC_MSG_FAILURE([Could not find DPDK])])
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#!/bin/sh
 
DPDK_PATH=/home/eu/work/dpdk/dpdk-19.11/x86_64-native-linuxapp-gcc
 
cd odp-dpdk
./bootstrap
#--enable-debug --enable-debug-print
#--without-openssl
./configure --with-dpdk-path=${DPDK_PATH} \
                --prefix=`pwd`/installed \
                --enable-debug=full \
                --enable-helper-debug \
                --enable-debug-print \
                --enable-helper-debug-print \
                --disable-shared
make install

4. compile ofp

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git clone https://github.com/OpenFastPath/ofp.git
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#!/bin/sh
 
ODP_DPDK_PATH=`pwd`/odp-dpdk/installed
 
cd ofp
./bootstrap
./configure --with-odp=${ODP_DPDK_PATH} \
        --with-odp-lib=odp-dpdk \
        --disable-shared \
        --enable-debug=yes \
        --enable-sp=no \
        --prefix=`pwd`/installed
make install

5. setup dpdk

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cd dpdk-19.11/x86_64-native-linuxapp-gcc/kmod
modprobe uio
insmod igb_uio.ko
ifconfig ens33 down

run dpdk-19.11/usertools/dpdk-setup.sh
>>> select and run "Setup hugepage mappings for non-NUMA systems", enter 128
>>> select and run "Bind Ethernet/Baseband/Crypto device to IGB UIO module", will display like
0000:02:01.0 '82545EM Gigabit Ethernet Controller (Copper) 100f' if=ens33 drv=e1000 unused=igb_uio,vfio-pci
>>>>>> enter 02:01.0
>>> Exit Script

6. test

let the vmware guest machine use NAT.

use ipconfig check ip settings in host machine. for example, my ip for "VMware Network Adapter VMnet8" is 192.168.204.1.

ofp/example/webserver/ofp.cli

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debug 0
loglevel set debug
ifconfig fp0 192.168.204.33/24

ofp/example/webserver/www/aa.txt

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Hello, the world!

ofp/example/webserver/run.sh

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export www_dir=`pwd`/www
./webserver -i 0 -f ofp.cli

using web browser access

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http://192.168.204.33:2048/aa.txt