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SubjectRe: [Fwd: zero-copy TCP]


Alan Cox wrote:
>
> > file system operation. What I wrote is THREE TIMES FASTER THAN WHAT'S
> > IN LINUX. Care to do a challenge. Let's take my NetWare code and see
> > which is faster and lower latency on a Network. Mine or Linux's. I bet
> > you $100.00 it will beat the Linux code in every test.
>
> At what. IPX - sure. How about at telnet serving.
>
> The equivalent to the netware specialist fast paths for file serving is Tux,
> and Tux currently holds a world record. I'd love to see Manos beat Linux +
> Tux at specweb. That would vindicate your arguments

Who wrote Tux? USL while at Novell. Enough said.

Jeff
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