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SubjectRe: RPC vs Socket
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>>>>> " " == Jan Hudec <bulb@ucw.cz> writes:

> Both seem to have pros and cons. RPC should be easier to write
> (especialy the server side), but it performs bad with UDP on
> slow links. (NFS did not work on 115200 serial line because of
> too many dropped packets - TCP flow control too badly needed in
> such cases). Or can linux do RPC over TCP?

The RPC client code for TCP is ready and already working both in
2.2.18+ and 2.4.x.

The server code however needs work.

Cheers,
Trond
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