[ofiwg] c++ Fabric - from ofiwg discussion from today
sean.hefty at intel.com
Tue May 22 15:55:10 PDT 2018
> If I'm understanding this correctly, you're saying "class Fabric" is
> the C++ equivalent of "struct fid_domain" -- is that right?
That is my initial understanding; however, it may be closer to some merger of fid_fabric and fid_domain. Chris called out that the names are subject to change.
> If so, that is going to be tremendously confusing.
I agree, but fixing the name isn't too hard at this point. Maybe we call it class FabricDomain. Anyway, I'm more concerned at the moment with figuring out if C++ needs separate Fabric and Domain classes, or if we only deal with fid_domains. And if we go with the latter what happens with the fid_pep.
I don't quite understand how ASIO deals with connection establishment yet.
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