The origin of this comment was related to a comparison of the
MSM/TSM/CSM layer in NetWare and Linux. I've already said that Alan's
code handles fast paths well and from what I've seen is comparable to
NetWare. The areas I saw where sideband cases and issues of fragment
re-assembly. It's as good as what's in NetWare.
Ingo Molnar wrote:
> On Tue, 5 Sep 2000, Jeff V. Merkey wrote:
> > Alright Ingo, you asked for it. I am going through it now and going
> > over ALL my notes. I will catalog ALL of them and post it. Is this
> > what you really want?
> yes, this would be the best indeed, to get those places fixed. But if you
> dont want to spend your time on that then it's enough to just post a
> single incident of such inefficiency and list-walking that impacts latency
> like you claim.
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