Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
>>>>> "JR" == J Ryan Earl <oss at jryanearl.us> writes: JR> In-kernel SDP sockets are in an alpha-like state as far as I can JR> tell. Roland> I think this is an exaggeration. SDP has been part of OFED Roland> for may years, and so far I haven't encountered any problems Roland> with it. In any case, SDP support is an advertised feature Roland> of DRBD so I would expect JR> You just described encountering a problem with kernel-space SDP. JR> Besides DRBD, what application have you used with kernel-space JR> SDP? JR> User-space SDP is a different story. I don't see why you want to distinguish between "user-space" and "kernel-space" SDP. I assume by the former you mean using libsdp together with the kernel module ib_sdp. While this method uses a syscall interface to ib_sdp rather than direct "in-kernel operations" like drbd, both methods actually use the basic code in ib_sdp. But anyway, this discussion doesn't lead to a solution of the problem. In my understanding, SDP support is an advertised feature of DRBD, and I bought Infiniband hardware just because of that. All I want now is some assistance in debugging this. I believe there are a number of other users who would be happy if DRBD over SDP were working. If SDP support is not a supported feature anymore, it should be clearly stated though. Thanks, Roland