I’ve problem with VIM3 Pro and image Ubuntu 20.04 (Focal Minimal, Kernel 4.9).
There is odd behaviour of ethernet connections. I’m measuring speed with iperf3.
Outgoing UDP speed from VIM3 is between 18-26 Mbits/s while TCP speed is between 750-810 Mbit/s.
Incoming speed both for UDP and TCP is between 938-951 Mbit/s.
I know that iperf3 for UDP by default limit speed down to 1 MBit/s so I disable that limit using -b 0 flag.
Since TCP speed is much higher then it could not be problem with network itself.
Also same problem exists with FriendlyARM’s NanoPi NEO4 board (Rockchip RK3399 chip).
But not with Raspberry Pi 4B with 64-bit Ubuntu 20.04 or Odroid XU4 with 32-bit Ubuntu 20.04
For kernel does not matter. I’m just want to use VIM3 with minimal efforts. Of course I could follow hardcore way with buildroot.
For me it is just very odd why this happens for UDP (I could understand for TCP but not for UDP).
I would like to know what kernel module responsible for this.
I’ve tried to increase net.ipv4.udp_wmem_min and net.ipv4.udp_rmem_min via sysctl but there no results.
If you can simple suggest way to install Ubuntu 20.04 (without X11) with good kernel I would be glad.