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SubjectRe: host (multibus) failover
Hi!

> > PS: Almost no kernel hacking should be required. I believe everything
> > is there and "only" userland scripts + configuration should be
> > required. (Which does not mean task is easy.)
>
> Huh? How so? I was expecting to do most of my work in kernel space, since
> I'm essentially writing a block device driver (one that simply forwards to
> other block drivers). Can you clarify how this is doable in user space?

Yes - linux kernel already has device that simply forwards requests
over network. It is called nbd.
Pavel
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