[ANNOUNCE] Release of nf-HiPAC 0.9.0
Bart De Schuymer
bdschuym at pandora.be
Wed Nov 9 23:35:52 CET 2005
Op zo, 02-10-2005 te 14:30 +0200, schreef Michael Bellion:
> > Also, is it not possible to make a B+ tree with the standard iptables? I
> > don't see why it shouldn't be possible. The jump to a new chain can be
> > seen as going deeper into the B+ tree. So it should be possible to
> > construct an iptables table structure that looks very similar to the B+
> > tree of nf-hipac, for some given rule set. I guess this will be somewhat
> > slower than nf-hipac, but I'd like to see the performance difference...
> Sorry, but you seem to confuse some things.
> nf-HiPAC is not based on B+trees or any other kind of B-trees.
So the algorithm of nf-hipac was changed in view of the one you were
using in 2003? I remembered from your talk then that you used B+trees
and this is confirmed by the slides you've finally put online.
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