On Wed, Jan 17, 2001 at 12:59:28 -0800, Jordan Hubbard wrote:
> Weren't the zero-copy patches supposed to make it into -current some
> time back? I recall a little grumbling over it since it made it
> necessary for some other projects to sync up their own work, but
> nobody seemed to object in principal and zero-copy TCP is a real
> marketing point if we can actually implement and use it
> constructively. Inquiring minds want to know, etc.
Well, there are a few things that came up when I proposed putting it into
-current (on the -arch list), and I haven't gotten around to fixing those
Part of the problem is that I have changed jobs, and no longer have access
to the hardware I was using to test things out with.
Drew Gallatin has supplied remotely accessible hardware that I can use to
debug things, so the main thing I need at at the moment is time to fix the
issues that Bosko, Matt Dillon and others had with the code.
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