[dat-discussions] RE: [openib-general] Re: iWARP emulation protocol
Davis, Arlin R
arlin.r.davis at intel.com
Wed Oct 19 08:29:42 PDT 2005
Intel MPI (real consumer of uDAPL) has no problem with this change.
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[mailto:dat-discussions at yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Kanevsky, Arkady
Sent: Wednesday, October 19, 2005 6:40 AM
To: Grant Grundler; Caitlin Bestler
Cc: Roland Dreier; swg at infinibandta.org;
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Subject: [dat-discussions] RE: [openib-general] Re: iWARP emulation
The developers of the application(s) in questions are aware of the
I will leave it to them to respond.
I bring the discussion point at the weekly DAT Collaborative meeting
which we have every Wednesday.
I appologize that the DAT Collaborative charter does not allow
to submit contribution without joining DAT Collaborative.
But this is no different from Linux not accepting any contrubutions
without proper license.
Byt be rest assure that as a Chair I bring the concerns
and suggestions stated in email discussion at the DAT meetings.
Arkady Kanevsky email: arkady at netapp.com
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Grant Grundler [mailto:iod00d at hp.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, October 18, 2005 8:02 PM
> To: Caitlin Bestler
> Cc: Grant Grundler; Roland Dreier; Kanevsky, Arkady;
> swg at infinibandta.org; dat-discussions at yahoogroups.com;
> openib-general at openib.org
> Subject: Re: [openib-general] Re: iWARP emulation protocol
> On Tue, Oct 18, 2005 at 04:40:54PM -0700, Caitlin Bestler wrote:
> > > Roland (and the rest of us) would like to see someone name a
> > > real consumer of the proposed interface. ie who depends on
> > > this change?
> > > Then the dependency for that use/user can be discussed and
> > > appropriate tradeoffs made. Make sense?
> > Unfortunately not every application that is under
> development, or even
> > deployed, can be discussed in a google-searchable public
> forum. That
> > especially applies to user-mode development.
> Well, this is open source. While I don't want to preclude
> closed source developement, it's usually necessary to have an
> open source consumer that any open source developer can test with.
> > So I could have actually tested such applications and still not be
> > free to cite them here.
> Understood. I'm not asking *you* to cite one unless you
> happen to own one of the consumers.
> > With any luck some of them
> > are following the discussion and will jump in on their own.
> > Unfortunately, since they are developing to uDAPL they are
> unlikely to
> > be following this discussion.
> It doesn't help that the DAT yahoo-groups.com mailing list is
> rejecting my replies. It would be helpful if someone
> following this forum could share Roland's question with DAT
> mailing list if it didn't make it there already and possibly
> explain why naming a consumer is necessary.
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