### what user level programs are needed to administrate these packet
Looking at sch_generic.c, I see a routine named dev_set_scheduler
but unless I've missed something, there's nothing in the kernel source
to pass a Qdisc into this thing.
Has anyone been thinking about the interface for this system? I presume
there's going to be a /proc/sys/net/*/conf/*/sched which holds a token
identifying one of these algorithms? And if the token is cbq, then there
will be a /proc/sys/net/*/conf/*/cbq/ with a directory for each class?
I don't know what would uniquely identify the class -- perhaps just the
kernel's address for the thing?
I can live without cbq, and I can live with default parameters on
red and tbf, but I'd like to be able to switch between scheduling
algorithms relatively quickly (hopefully, without having to boot up with
a specially patched kernel for each scheduler), at least to test these
Is anyone working on this? Is there some cannonical location for
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