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Fri Jan 2 18:50:59 CET 2015
On 01/02/15 15:45, Antti Kantee wrote:
> For smb/nfs, you most likely want to implement the sockin_user set of
> I/O hypercalls which allow the smb/nfs file system drivers from rump
> kernels to use an external networking stack:
> Now, that interface wasn't really ever designed to be implemented
> anywhere except on NetBSD. Nevertheless, we (I think it was Arnaud)
> managed to cram support for all userspace platforms into the
> implementation. If you do want to change some aspects of that interface
> to help it work on Genode, I'm more than happy to do it.
Ah, I really overlooked using the sockin_user interface for this task
and rather thought about implementing the virtual nic interface and
using the rumpkernel's TCP/IP stack - thanks for pointing out this
option. It is definitly a viable possibilty to check out.
> Also, there's a 9p driver for puffs (*), which could theoretically just
> work on Genode, though it would be a bit awkward; you'd run puffs in a
> rump kernel server and the mount_9p client in a another server ... :/
Though that would certainly work as well, I think it is more reasonable
to implement it directly. 9p is a fairly simple protocol so using the
whole rumpkernel stack would be overkill IMHO :)
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