[FoRK] Amazon S3 storage service

Strata R. Chalup < strata at virtual.net > on > Thu Mar 16 12:43:26 PST 2006

And that would be why so much networking gear uses BSD as an underlay, since the
new-in-um-2001-ish BSD kernel did exactly that, enabling DMA and zero-copy in
the kernel networking, and allowing you to (shiny!) grow your mbuf space
dynamically.

SRC

Eugen Leitl wrote:
...
> I never understood why DMA and zero-copy protocol stacks are not more common.
> IB does it, why can't Ethernet?
...
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