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SubjectRe: [PATCH 000 of 14] knfsd: Preparation for IPv6 support in NFS server.
Roland Dreier wrote:
> > They are mostly from Chuck Level and make preparating for IPv6 support
> > in the NFS server.
> > They are *not* for 2.6.20, but should be ok for .21.
> Out of curiousity, does this patch series reduce the delta between the
> NFS/RDMA tree and mainline Linux? In other words does this bring
> NFS/RDMA closer to merging?

NFS/RDMA is IMO more than a little bit questionable, and the likely
userbase is also quite small. I'm not sure its worth a mainline merge
at this point.


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