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SubjectRe: Re[2]: ata over ethernet question
On Thu, May 12, 2005 at 12:44:18PM -0700, Dmitry Yusupov wrote:
> i'm just reacting on "bloated" wording. It really depends on
> implementation and design. If you were talking about amount of code in
> the kernel, than take a look on open-iscsi(just one file iscsi_tcp.c)
> and IET where we doing a lot of management stuff in user-space. It is
> not that much code in the kernel, really, but it is doing x10 times more
> useful things comparing to nbd and yet compliant with RFC.

Keeping code out of the kernel is really nice, but that doesn't meant it
isn't bloat - the bloat is just in userland.

> yeah, generic transport, recovery levels, direct data placement for HW
> HBAs, etc, etc... it is all *must* features for enterprise's SAN
> deployment. So, yes, there is a price as usual.

I'm sure your marketing department can use all these buzzwords to sell
NICs to CTOs and CEOs, but else..

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