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    SubjectRe: [Question] Explanation of zero-copy networking
    Richard B. Johnson wrote:
    > However, PCI to memory copying runs at about 300 megabytes per
    > second on modern PCs and memory to memory copying runs at over 1,000
    > megabytes per second. In the future, these speeds will increase.

    That would be "big expensive modern PCs" then. Our clusters of 700MHz
    boxes are strictly limited to 132 megabytes per second over PCI...

    -- Jamie
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