February 27, 2002
Netapp, DAFS and Infiniband on Linux
Author: JT Smith
bryam writes: "The Direct Access File System (DAFS) protocol is a high-performance file access protocol designed specifically to use InfiniBand architecture as a standard memory-to-memory interconnect between application servers and shared file storage. DAFS promises to improve the performance and reliability of Internet and enterprise applications in data center environments. Read the history here."