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    SubjectRe: Is sendfile all that sexy?
    On 14 Jan 2001, Linus Torvalds wrote:

    > The only obvious use for it is file serving, and as high-performance
    > file serving tends to end up as a kernel module in the end anyway (the
    > only hold-out is samba, and that's been discussed too), "sendfile()"
    > really is more a proof of concept than anything else.

    No plans for samba to use sendfile? Even better make it a tux-like module?
    (that would enable Netware-Linux like performance with the standard
    kernel... would be cool afterall ;)


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