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    Subject[PATCH 0/8] Intel I/O Acceleration Technology (I/OAT)
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    This patch series is the first full release of the Intel(R) I/O
    Acceleration Technology (I/OAT) for Linux. It includes an in kernel API
    for offloading memory copies to hardware, a driver for the I/OAT DMA memcpy
    engine, and changes to the TCP stack to offload copies of received
    networking data to application space.

    These changes apply to DaveM's net-2.6.17 tree as of commit
    2bd84a93d8bb7192ad8c23ef41008502be1cb603 ([IRDA]: TOIM3232 dongle support)

    They are available to pull from
    git://198.78.49.142/~cleech/linux-2.6 ioat-2.6.17

    There are 8 patches in the series:
    1) The memcpy offload APIs and class code
    2) The Intel I/OAT DMA driver (ioatdma)
    3) Core networking code to setup networking as a DMA memcpy client
    4) Utility functions for sk_buff to iovec offloaded copy
    5) Structure changes needed for TCP receive offload
    6) Rename cleanup_rbuf to tcp_cleanup_rbuf
    7) Add a sysctl to tune the minimum offloaded I/O size for TCP
    8) The main TCP receive offload changes

    --
    Chris Leech <christopher.leech@intel.com>
    I/O Acceleration Technology Software Development
    LAN Access Division / Digital Enterprise Group
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