Commit f6a6a776 authored by Ondřej Zajíček's avatar Ondřej Zajíček
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BGP: Fix 'deterministic med' to work with 'merge paths'

The 'deterministic med' option is implemented by suppressing other than
best-in-group routes (grouped by ASN) from best route selection. This
interferes with 'merge paths' as supressed routes are no longer mergable
with best route. This is fixed by suppressing only those routes that are
not mergable with best-in-group route.
parent 8c42205e
......@@ -1747,7 +1747,7 @@ bgp_rte_mergable(rte *pri, rte *sec)
return 0;
/* RFC 4271 9.1.2.1. Route resolvability test */
if (!rte_resolvable(sec))
if (rte_resolvable(pri) != rte_resolvable(sec))
return 0;
/* LLGR draft - depreference stale routes */
......@@ -1833,7 +1833,7 @@ bgp_rte_recalculate(rtable *table, net *net, rte *new, rte *old, rte *old_best)
rte *key = new ? new : old;
u32 lpref = key->pref;
u32 lasn = bgp_get_neighbor(key);
int old_is_group_best = 0;
int old_suppressed = old ? old->u.bgp.suppressed : 0;
/*
* Proper RFC 4271 path selection is a bit complicated, it cannot be
......@@ -1880,7 +1880,7 @@ bgp_rte_recalculate(rtable *table, net *net, rte *new, rte *old, rte *old_best)
* We could find the best-in-group and then make some shortcuts like
* in rte_recalculate, but as we would have to walk through all
* net->routes just to find it, it is probably not worth. So we
* just have two simpler fast cases that use just the old route.
* just have one simple fast case that use just the old route.
* We also set suppressed flag to avoid using it in bgp_rte_better().
*/
......@@ -1889,23 +1889,11 @@ bgp_rte_recalculate(rtable *table, net *net, rte *new, rte *old, rte *old_best)
if (old)
{
old_is_group_best = !old->u.bgp.suppressed;
old->u.bgp.suppressed = 1;
int new_is_better = new && bgp_rte_better(new, old);
/* The first case - replace not best with worse (or remove not best) */
if (!old_is_group_best && !new_is_better)
/* The fast case - replace not best with worse (or remove not best) */
if (old_suppressed && !(new && bgp_rte_better(new, old)))
return 0;
/* The second case - replace the best with better */
if (old_is_group_best && new_is_better)
{
/* new is best-in-group, the see discussion below - this is
a special variant of NBG && OBG. From OBG we can deduce
that same_group(old_best) iff (old == old_best) */
new->u.bgp.suppressed = 0;
return (old == old_best);
}
}
/* The default case - find a new best-in-group route */
......@@ -1922,6 +1910,16 @@ bgp_rte_recalculate(rtable *table, net *net, rte *new, rte *old, rte *old_best)
if (!r)
return 0;
/* Found if new is mergable with best-in-group */
if (new && (new != r) && bgp_rte_mergable(r, new))
new->u.bgp.suppressed = 0;
/* Found all existing routes mergable with best-in-group */
for (s=net->routes; rte_is_valid(s); s=s->next)
if (use_deterministic_med(s) && same_group(s, lpref, lasn))
if ((s != r) && bgp_rte_mergable(r, s))
s->u.bgp.suppressed = 0;
/* Found best-in-group */
r->u.bgp.suppressed = 0;
......@@ -1935,9 +1933,9 @@ bgp_rte_recalculate(rtable *table, net *net, rte *new, rte *old, rte *old_best)
* rte_recalculate() without ignore that possibility).
*
* There are three possible cases according to whether the old route
* was the best in group (OBG, stored in old_is_group_best) and
* whether the new route is the best in group (NBG, tested by r == new).
* These cases work even if old or new is NULL.
* was the best in group (OBG, i.e. !old_suppressed) and whether the
* new route is the best in group (NBG, tested by r == new). These
* cases work even if old or new is NULL.
*
* NBG -> new is a possible candidate for the best route, so we just
* check for the first reason using same_group().
......@@ -1952,7 +1950,7 @@ bgp_rte_recalculate(rtable *table, net *net, rte *new, rte *old, rte *old_best)
if (r == new)
return old_best && same_group(old_best, lpref, lasn);
else
return old_is_group_best;
return !old_suppressed;
}
struct rte *
......
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