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SubjectRe: [Linux-cluster] Re: [cgl_discussion] Re: [dcl_discussion] Clustersummit materials
On Thu, 2004-08-12 at 13:37, Lars Marowsky-Bree wrote:
> On 2004-08-12T10:42:16,
> Steven Dake <> said:
> > agreed... Transis in kernel would be a fine alternative to openais gmi
> > in kernel.
> >
> > Speaking of transis, is the code posted anywhere? I'd like to have a
> > look.
> It's not yet at the final location, but we put up what we got at
> .

Thanks for posting transis. I had a look at the examples and API. The
API is of course different then openais and focused on client/server

I tried a performance test by sending a 64k message, and then receiving
it 10 times with two nodes. This operation takes about 5 seconds on my
hardware which is 128k/sec. I was expecting more like 8-10MB/sec. Is
there anything that can be done to improve the performance?


Certainly a different sort of API then openais...

> Sincerely,
> Lars Marowsky-Brée <>

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