[Oisf-users] Suricata / CUDA / nvidia m2075

Dan Murphy dmurphy at defense.net
Wed Mar 20 05:51:55 UTC 2013

Interesting.  Thanks for the info..  I'll take a look at the gtx titan.

My use case is live mode so I'll definitely be interested
in your results completed.  It's good to know this path is being actively
developed as well... thanks.  Now I feel a whole lot better
about giving it a shot!


On Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 1:31 AM, Anoop Saldanha <anoopsaldanha at gmail.com>wrote:

> On Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 7:39 AM, Dan Murphy <dmurphy at defense.net> wrote:
> > Has anyone had any experience they'd like to share with the the
> combination
> > of Suricata / CUDA / nvidia m2075?
> >
> > Or more generally, anyone that would like to share their thoughts on how
> > much value they are getting out of offloading to a GPU, the current
> state of
> > support and where it's going would be good to hear.  Given the dearth of
> > information and the cost of the GPU I'm a bit hesitant to wing it.
> >
> The existing(and soon to be old) cuda code in suricata is slower than
> the cpu.  It has been redesigned(sometime back infact, but we didn't
> push it).  Will try and have it pushed in the next couple of days.
> Haven't tried live mode yet, so I'll wait till I test it before
> commenting about it.
> In offline pcap file mode, it's faster, although the margin varies.
> On various pcap files I see a perf improvement in the 5-30% range.
> This is the first revised version and there are other improvements
> which will further improve perf definitely.
> For the amount you'd be paying, I'd just buy a gtx titan which is
> monster, for a lot less $ in fact.
> --
> Anoop Saldanha
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