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SubjectRe: InfiniBand Project
There is a possibility I could work on here at LLNL.  My group has
been talking about investigating Infiniband and we figured Linux would
be a good spot to start with it. The ASCI Purple machine (100 TFLOPS)
will probably use IB for it's I/O network, though there is obviously
no commitment to is yet as this machines delivery date is a ways away.
We need to start looking at it soon so we know how well we can
integrate it into our environment.


BAPper

On Fri, Jan 05, 2001 at 04:06:24PM -0700, yiding_wang@agilent.com wrote:
> Has anyone started IB support project for Linux yet? Particularly I am
> interested in OS support and verbs layer from Linux side. I am involved in
> an IB product on HCA and TCA side. Current solution will be emulating scsi
> but eventually all IB component is required. I noticed that kernel 2.4.0
> only has IB class defined.
>
> Many thanks!
>
> Eddie
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