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CONFIG_MAX_SKB_FRAGS: Maximum number of fragments per skb_shared_info

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_MAX_SKB_FRAGS:

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Having more fragments per skb_shared_info can help GRO efficiency. This helps BIG TCP workloads, but might expose bugs in some legacy drivers. This also increases memory overhead of small packets, and in drivers using build_skb(). If unsure, say 17.



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