How can you determine if your Ethernet adapters support DPDK and SR-IOV?

How can you determine if your Ethernet adapters support DPDK and SR-IOV?

Recently, there have been a lot of questions asking how to verify that a network interface card (NIC) is capable of supporting DPDK or SR-IOV. Below are two methods.

1. Check the list of supported NICs at http://wiki.dpdk.org/doc/nics

2. Verify by comparing the device ID to the supported list. First use the following Linux command:

lspci –nn | grep eth0 

The result shows a PCI ID for the called eth interface :

04:00.0 Ethernet controller [0200]: Intel Corporation I350 Gigabit Network Connection [8086:xxxx]

Then take the number xxxx in the output to check against the current version of rte_pci_dev.h in the SDK to see if your NIC is supported.

 

 

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Links are broken.

- Supported Nics can be found here: http://dpdk.org/doc/nics
- rte_pci_dev_ids.h isn't in the current version of dpdk so I don't think there's an easy way to check the source to see if a NIC is compatable. 

That list of supported NICs also includes (in parenthesis) the chipsets/models that are supported by each driver. What is it that you are looking for?

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