CoreNIC is the product name of Netronome's NIC firmware implementation for Agilio SmartNICs. It provides a network interface compatible with the nfp Linux driver and DPDK supporting the following features:
- TX Checksum offload (TCP, UDP, TCP/VXLAN, UDP/VXLAN)
- RX Checksum offload (CSUM_COMPLETE, CSUM_UNNECESSARY)
- Receive Side Scaling (RSS, RSS/VXLAN, RSS/NVGRE, RX-HASH)
- TCP Segmentation Offload (TSO, TSO/VXLAN)
- BPF offload (XDP, cls_bpf)
- SR-IOV (MAC VEB, MAC+VLAN VEB)
The data plane is extensible, since it is fully implemented in software, while supporting high packet rates at 10, 25, 40 and 100Gbps bandwidths (depending on the chosen hardware's capabilities). This repository contains the source code that is used to build the binary release firmware found in the nic subdirectory of Netronome's firmware as distributed by the linux-firmware project. Hence, the repository is named nic-firmware instead of CoreNIC, although they are one and the same.
Why Open Source?
Aside from the obvious mantra of Linus's Law, customers are not in a position to be able to validate the security of their systems without access to the source code of the firmware running inside those systems. More so, Netronome believes that developing this firmware in the open will ultimately lead to better quality code by motivating engineers to deliver their best, because working under public scrutiny is a strong incentive to take personal pride in the work.
We are also interested in building a community around supporting new applications for the underlying network processor technology. Building on the existing code base may enable creative solutions to interesting and novel networking problems. Software Defined Networking (SDN) is certainly a broad and challenging domain with many problems yet to be solved. Netronome is excited to see where such collaborations may lead.
Netronome SmartNICs are available for purchase via Colfax Direct and other channels. Using one of these fully programmable devices as a standard NIC is straightforward when combined with a modern Linux distribution. Plug in the PCIe card and simply configure it using familiar Linux networking tools. The firmware and driver have been upstream since Linux 4.11 and thus the card should be automatically detected by any distribution shipping a kernel subsequent to this release. In particular, upstream support for Netronome SmartNICs has been available since:
- Red Hat Linux 7.4 (certified in 7.5 and later), and
- Ubuntu Linux 16.04.4.
The CoreNIC user guide (source) is available on the Netronome Support Site. Materials covering advanced use cases, such as BPF offload, as well as other firmware loads, such as Open vSwitch offload, are also available from Netronome.
Please file issues against this repository using the GitHub issue tracker.
Peeking Under the Hood
The Netronome Network Flow Processor (NFP) at the heart of all Agilio SmartNICs comprises a large number of multi-threaded programmable cores connected to I/Os (PCIe, network MACs, etc) and intelligent processing memories via a high speed internal Distributed Switch Fabric (DSF). As further background, there is a presentation which provides some good introductory material about the NFP by illustrating some of the architectural concepts in the context of P4 and MicroC software loads.
The CoreNIC data plane is implemented in microcode (the assembly language for the NFP instruction set architecture) in order to maximize performance while minimizing code store utilization (each processing core has a Harvard architecture with limited local code store). For BPF offload it was important to have the implementation of the data plane be as tight as possible in order to leave sufficient code store available for meaningful user applications written in BPF (the software extension mechanism intended for the majority of needs). The CoreNIC source code has been released publicly for those who want to dig a little deeper and tinker with the underlying layers.
The primary components of the CoreNIC software architecture are depicted in the following diagram (these components will not be exhaustively described in this document):
At a high level the NIC firmware is logically separated into two component groupings (each further subdivided). The control plane, the App Master implemented in MicroC, configures a pool of Workers, the datapath implemented in microcode, by instantiating a database of Action lists for the Workers to execute in response to receiving network packets on a given ingress queue. These actions are optimized microcode implementations of simple packet processing primitives, such as RSS queue selection, prepending a VLAN tag, sending packet to PCIe, etc. Actions may also take the form of complex lookups that return new lists of actions to be executed or represent chunks of user code written in BPF. The Workers perform out of order packet processing in parallel under a run to completion processing model with packets being reordered by a global reorder (GRO) component prior to packet egress. The Crypto (KTLS and IPsec offloads) and Flower (OVS TC offload) plugins are rendered as planned within the CoreNIC architecture, but not yet available.
Detailed design documentation is a work in progress. The plan is to flesh out this documentation in due course and to provide additional tutorial materials on NFP architecture and microcode programming. Beyond this, it is hoped that the CoreNIC microcode will prove instructional. The assembler's macro preprocessor and register allocator generally makes for relatively easy to read code. That said, the CoreNIC code base generally favors performant implementation over readability. Fortunately, many of these tricky optimization techniques have proven idiomatic and these too will be covered by documentation to follow.
Toolchain and Reference Manuals
Third party constraints preclude Netronome from releasing the NFP toolchain and reference materials under a nonproprietary license. One such constraint also prohibits us from providing the tooling independently of our hardware. With a verified hardware purchase, however, these tools and materials are legally accessible in binary form via Open-NFP.org free of any additional charge. Given that a nic-firmware build isn't particularly useful without the hardware to execute it on, we hope this constraint is of little practical significance to parties with a genuine interest in building the code.
In order to obtain the toolchain, you will need to request it by emailing email@example.com, after which, you will receive a response requesting additional details. Once your eligibility is determined, you will be provided access to a private download area. The license conditions are distributed within the toolchain package in the file "NFP_SDK_EULA.txt".
BY LOADING OR USING THE SOFTWARE, YOU AS AN INDIVIDUAL AND ON BEHALF OF YOUR EMPLOYER ("YOU") AGREE TO THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT. IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO SO AGREE, DO NOT INSTALL, OR IF INSTALLED, DELETE ALL COPIES OF THE SOFTWARE AND DO NOT USE THE SOFTWARE.
The Linux toolchain is provided as an RPM or Debian package that can be installed and removed using your distribution's package management system. The package constrains itself under /opt/netronome so as not to pollute your local filesystem and a compressed tarball is also available for other distributions. Reference manuals are distributed as part of the toolchain in the doc subdirectory and are subject to the same license.
The build depends on the aforementioned toolchain as well as a number of basic Unix tools that one might expect to find installed on a typical developer's machine. No effort has been made to document an exhaustive list of these commonly installed tools and if one is missing, the build will simply fail with a command not found error that any savvy engineer should be able to trivially resolve. Tools such as make and sed are known requirements, but perhaps a less obvious tool is awk.
We presently rely on a handful of AWK scripts for code generation and these scripts have not been written with portability across AWK implementations in mind. As it stands the build will fail gloriously in environments that ship mawk as a default implementation instead of gawk (GNU AWK). If we don't get to it first, an exercise for the reader is to submit a patch that makes nic_stats.awk portable. :) In the meantime, please select gawk as your default AWK implementation when building CoreNIC on Ubuntu. The build process is far from perfect. If we waited until everything was fixed first it would never be released.
The build also depends on, and will automatically fetch, two additional public Netronome GitHub repositories:
- NFD (The Netronome Flow Driver): a firmware component implementing the PCIe driver interface, and
- Flowenv (Netronome Flow Environment): a set of MicroC libraries and stand alone firmware components such as GRO (referring to the global reorder block in the above diagram, not generic receive offload) and BLM (the buffer list manager).
To build CoreNIC, first clone this repo:
$ git clone https://github.com/Netronome/nic-firmware.git Cloning into 'nic-firmware'... remote: Enumerating objects: 12039, done. remote: Counting objects: 100% (12039/12039), done. remote: Compressing objects: 100% (2713/2713), done. remote: Total 12039 (delta 8930), reused 11321 (delta 8212), pack-reused 0 Receiving objects: 100% (12039/12039), 3.83 MiB | 6.83 MiB/s, done. Resolving deltas: 100% (8930/8930), done.
and then build it:
$ cd nic-firmware && make git clone -q --no-checkout \ https://github.com/Netronome/flowenv.git /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git cd /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git && git checkout 5be5d1d Note: checking out '5be5d1d'. You are in 'detached HEAD' state. You can look around, make experimental changes and commit them, and you can discard any commits you make in this state without impacting any branches by performing another checkout. If you want to create a new branch to retain commits you create, you may do so (now or later) by using -b with the checkout command again. Example: git checkout -b <new-branch-name> HEAD is now at 5be5d1d doc: Replace references to hg with git equivalents cd /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git && patch -p1 < ../gro_multicast.patch && cd - patching file me/blocks/gro/_uc/gro_out.uc /tmp/nic-firmware cd /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git && patch -p1 < ../big_sleep.patch && cd - patching file me/lib/nfp/_c/me.c /tmp/nic-firmware git clone -q --no-checkout \ https://github.com/Netronome/nfd.git /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git cd /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git && git checkout 93e9535 Note: checking out '93e9535'. You are in 'detached HEAD' state. You can look around, make experimental changes and commit them, and you can discard any commits you make in this state without impacting any branches by performing another checkout. If you want to create a new branch to retain commits you create, you may do so (now or later) by using -b with the checkout command again. Example: git checkout -b <new-branch-name> HEAD is now at 93e9535 [libnfd] Fix typo in comment cd /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git && patch -p1 < ../nfd_abi3.patch && cd - patching file me/blocks/vnic/nfd_common.h /tmp/nic-firmware Checking /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git Checking /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/flowenv_nfp_init.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/gro0.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/gro1.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/gro2.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/gro3.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/blm0.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/mcr.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/datapath.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/mapcmsg.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/nfd_app_master/nfd_app_master.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/nfd_svc/nfd_svc.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/nfd_pcie0_gather/nfd_pcie0_gather.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/nfd_pcie0_issue0/nfd_pcie0_issue0.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/nfd_pcie0_issue1/nfd_pcie0_issue1.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/nfd_pcie0_notify/nfd_pcie0_notify.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/nfd_pcie0_cache/nfd_pcie0_cache.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/nfd_pcie0_sb.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/nfd_pcie0_pd.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/tm_pm_init.list ... Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec_init.uc Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec.c Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/dump_spec.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/nfd_tlv_init.list ... Linking /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/nffw/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40.nffw ... ... ... ...
The build will take some time to complete and will output an ELF file (.nffw files in firmware/nffw) for each supported hardware target and NIC flavor. The resultant .nffw files can then be placed in /lib/firmware/netronome for the driver to load on a machine where the hardware is installed.
The toolchain version is also checked and the build will fail if it is not as expected, thus updates to this repository may necessitate downloading a new toolchain. Note that the toolchain version check is skipped when a specific target is requested. For example, a build for the 2x25Gbps Agilio CX card can be accomplished as follows:
[nic-firmware] $ make nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25.nffw Checking /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git Checking /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec_init.uc Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec.c Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec_init.uc Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec.c Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec_init.uc Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec.c Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec_init.uc Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec.c Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec_init.uc Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec.c Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec_init.uc Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec.c Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/flowenv_nfp_init.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/gro0.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/gro1.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/gro2.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/gro3.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/blm0.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/mcr.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/datapath.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/mapcmsg.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/nfd_app_master/nfd_app_master.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/nfd_svc/nfd_svc.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/nfd_pcie0_gather/nfd_pcie0_gather.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/nfd_pcie0_issue0/nfd_pcie0_issue0.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/nfd_pcie0_issue1/nfd_pcie0_issue1.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/nfd_pcie0_notify/nfd_pcie0_notify.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/nfd_pcie0_cache/nfd_pcie0_cache.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/nfd_pcie0_sb.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/nfd_pcie0_pd.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/tm_pm_init.list ... Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec_init.uc Generated /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/dump_spec.c Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/dump_spec.list ... Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25/nfd_tlv_init.list ... Linking /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/nffw/nic/nic_AMDA0099-0001_2x25.nffw ...
Finally, a set of RPM and Debian packages can be output to firmware/pkg/out by means of the package make target provided that rpmbuild and dpkg-deb tools are installed on the build machine.
The project unit tests depend on raw hardware access to a Netronome Agilio SmartNIC device installed in the machine where the tests are executed. This low-level raw access requires the Netronome BSP tools (available from the toolchain download area) and the out of tree driver loaded with the nfp_dev_cpp option enabled.
First, clone and build the out of tree NFP driver:
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:Netronome/nfp-drv-kmods.git Cloning into 'nfp-drv-kmods'... remote: Enumerating objects: 183, done. remote: Counting objects: 100% (183/183), done. remote: Compressing objects: 100% (82/82), done. remote: Total 9301 (delta 127), reused 140 (delta 101), pack-reused 9118 Receiving objects: 100% (9301/9301), 3.46 MiB | 4.46 MiB/s, done. Resolving deltas: 100% (7435/7435), done. $ cd nfp-drv-kmods && make make -C /lib/modules/5.2.8-arch1-1-ARCH/build M=`pwd`/src modules make: Entering directory '/usr/lib/modules/5.2.8-arch1-1-ARCH/build' CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp6000_pcie.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_nsp.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_cppcore.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_cpplib.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_em_manager.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_hwinfo.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_mip.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_mutex.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_nbi.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_nffw.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_nsp_cmds.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_nsp_eth.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_platform.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_resource.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_rtsym.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_target.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_nbi_mac_eth.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_net_vnic.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_net_debugdump.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_plat.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_main.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_hwmon.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_dev_cpp.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfpcore/nfp_export.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_app.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/ccm_mbox.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_net_ctrl.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_net_common.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_net_compat.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_net_ethtool.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_net_debugfs.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_net_sriov.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_port.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_app_nic.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_ctrl.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_net_main.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nic/main.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_devlink.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_shared_buf.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/ccm.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_asm.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/bpf/cmsg.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/bpf/main.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/bpf/offload.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/bpf/verifier.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/bpf/jit.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_net_repr.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/flower/action.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/flower/cmsg.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/flower/lag_conf.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/flower/match.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/flower/metadata.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/flower/offload.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/flower/main.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/flower/tunnel_conf.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/flower/qos_conf.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/abm/cls.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/abm/ctrl.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/abm/main.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/abm/qdisc.o CC [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp_netvf_main.o LD [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp.o Building modules, stage 2. MODPOST 1 modules CC /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp.mod.o LD [M] /tmp/nfp-drv-kmods/src/nfp.ko make: Leaving directory '/usr/lib/modules/5.2.8-arch1-1-ARCH/build'
And then load the compiled driver, ensuring that any existing driver is first unloaded and that raw CPP access is enabled:
[nfp-drv-kmods] # rmmod nfp ; insmod src/nfp.ko nfp_dev_cpp=1
Verify that the driver loaded successfully and that it detected the hardware by inspecting the kernel log output.
Finally, from the root of CoreNIC tree, execute the tests (requires root privileges):
[nic-firmware] # make test Checking /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git Checking /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git make: Entering directory '/tmp/nic-firmware' Checking /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git Checking /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git Building /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/datapath.list ... scripts/run_tests.sh test test/datapath /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/datapath /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/datapath -third_party_addressing_40_bit -permit_dram_unaligned -preproc64 -indirect_ref_format_nfp6000 -W3 -C -R -lr -go -g -lm 0 -include /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic/config.h -chip AMDA0081-0001:0 -DNS_PLATFORM_TYPE=1 -O -keep_unreachable_code -DGRO_NUM_BLOCKS=4 -DBLM_CUSTOM_CONFIG -DSS=0 -DSCS=0 -DNBI_COUNT=1 -DWORKERS_PER_ISLAND=10 -DNS_FLAVOR_TYPE=1 -I/opt/netronome/components/standardlibrary/include -I/opt/netronome/components/standardlibrary/microcode/include -I/opt/netronome/components/standardlibrary/microcode/src -I/tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic -I/tmp/nic-firmware/include -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/nfp-bsp-boardconfig -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/npfw -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git/me/include -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git/me/lib -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git/me/blocks -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/shared -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/me/include -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/me/blocks -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/me/blocks/vnic -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/me/blocks/vnic/shared -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/me/lib -Ifirmware/lib -Ifirmware/apps/nic/lib -Ifirmware/apps/nic/maps -Ideps/ng-nfd.hg -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git/me/blocks/blm -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git/me/blocks/gro pv_seek_14_64B_x80_test : PASS pv_parse_vlan_vlan_vlan_mpls_mpls_mpls_mpls_mpls_ipv4_udp_x84_test : PASS pv_parse_ipv6_tcp_x88_test : PASS actions_rss_ipv4_tcp_no_udp_test : PASS pv_seek_206_256B_split_x80_test : PASS pv_parse_vlan_vlan_vlan_vlan_mpls_mpls_ipv6_tcp_x80_test : PASS pv_parse_ipv4_gre_tcp_x88_test : PASS pv_seek_lin_256B_x88_test : PASS pv_lso_fixup_ipv4_test : PASS ... ... ... actions_csum_complete_9K_x88_test : . PASS pv_seek_14_256B_split_x80_test : PASS actions_strip_vlan_tag_vlan_ipv4_udp_x84_test : PASS pv_init_nfd_lso_fixup_ipv6_end_test : PASS actions_csum_complete_max_carry_test : . PASS Summary : 153 passed, no failures make: Leaving directory '/tmp/nic-firmware' make: Entering directory '/tmp/nic-firmware' Checking /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git Checking /tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git scripts/run_tests.sh test test/nfd_app_master /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nfd_app_master /tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/build/nic/nic_AMDA0081-0001_1x40/nfd_app_master -I/opt/netronome/components/standardlibrary/include -I/opt/netronome/components/standardlibrary/microc/include -I/tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/lib -I/tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/apps/nic -I/tmp/nic-firmware/include -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/nfp-bsp-boardconfig -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/npfw -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git/me/include -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git/me/lib -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/flowenv.git/me/blocks -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/shared -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/me/include -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/me/blocks -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/me/blocks/vnic -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/me/blocks/vnic/shared -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/me/lib -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/shared -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/me/include -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/me/blocks -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/me/blocks/vnic -I/tmp/nic-firmware/deps/ng-nfd.git/me/blocks/shared -I/tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/lib/nic_basic -I/tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/lib/link_state -I/tmp/nic-firmware/firmware/lib/npfw -I/opt/netronome/components/standardlibrary/microc/src app_master_process_ctrl_reconfig_enable_tables_test : PASS app_master_process_ctrl_reconfig_disable_test : PASS app_master_handle_sriov_update_test : PASS app_master_process_ctrl_reconfig_cfg_msg_error_test : PASS app_master_process_ctrl_reconfig_invalid_cap_test : PASS app_master_process_ctrl_reconfig_enable_test : PASS app_master_vlan_cfg_cmsg_test : PASS app_master_process_ctrl_reconfig_valid_cap_test : PASS Summary : 8 passed, no failures make: Leaving directory '/tmp/nic-firmware'