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SubjectRe: [openib-general] InfiniBand incompatible with the Linux kernel?
Well, fortunately this has turned out to be a non-issue.

I just went to www.infinibandta.org and the 1.2 spec is available for
download.

http://www.infinibandta.org/specs/register/publicspec/vol1r1_2.zip
http://www.infinibandta.org/specs/register/publicspec/vol2r1_2.zip

Roland Dreier wrote:

> Roland> it's orthogonal to any IP issues. Since the Linux kernel
> Roland> contains a lot of code written to specs available only
> Roland> under NDA (and even reverse-engineered code where specs
> Roland> are completely unavailable), I don't think the expense
> Roland> should be an issue.
>
> Francois> One can say good bye to peer review.
>
>Yes and no. Certainly people without specs can't review spec
>compliance, but review for coding style, locking bugs, etc. is if
>anything more valuable.
>
>Thanks,
> Roland
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