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Re: TCP RDMA option to accelerate NFS, CIFS, SCSI, etc.

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  • Erik Nordmark
    ... David, I suspect that it is the proponents of the RDMA option in TCP that have to make the case that RDMA is useful and not the other way around. Erik
    Message 1 of 62 , Mar 2, 2000
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      > I think it would be only fair for this group to expect you to
      > provide a more fully worked out design and evaluation of your
      > proposed NIC if this is really to be taken as a serious alternative
      > to an RDMA option. I for one dont find it a competitive design
      > (it is also one that was previously considered.)

      David,

      I suspect that it is the proponents of the RDMA option in TCP that have to
      make the case that RDMA is useful and not the other way around.

      Erik
    • Erik Nordmark
      ... David, I suspect that it is the proponents of the RDMA option in TCP that have to make the case that RDMA is useful and not the other way around. Erik
      Message 62 of 62 , Mar 2, 2000
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        > I think it would be only fair for this group to expect you to
        > provide a more fully worked out design and evaluation of your
        > proposed NIC if this is really to be taken as a serious alternative
        > to an RDMA option. I for one dont find it a competitive design
        > (it is also one that was previously considered.)

        David,

        I suspect that it is the proponents of the RDMA option in TCP that have to
        make the case that RDMA is useful and not the other way around.

        Erik
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