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Bill Huey (hui)
billh at gnuppy.monkey.org
Wed Oct 18 13:06:50 PDT 2006
On Wed, Oct 18, 2006 at 12:47:42PM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote:
> No, the purpose is to be able to run a DragonFly kernel as a userland
> process, so I can mock-up clusters to test the SYSLINK protocol. The
> SYSLINK protocol is the layer that will interface between machines in
> a cluster and that same layer will also be used to interact with
> remote filesystems (VFSs) and devices, and other things.
That's kind of what I ment but I stated it poorly not knowing what your current
work is. I was going to ask you a couple of technical questions about messaging
and things like directory cache coherency off of the mailing list. Mainly
regarding how you're going to do in a fast way ? It's not a shared memory kind
of concurrency system and I'm wondering how you where going to deal with that ?
> You can't email me directly from a PacBell DSL line. Your reverse
> DNS is returning 'adsl-blah-blah-blah-blah.dsl.blah.pacbell.net'.
> If it is a static IP I can add an exception, though. I need to
> redo my spam filter at some point. I'll probably have to go to
> a full verification scheme.
It's static. Sorry about the inconvenience.
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