ATA over Ethernet driver 72

Allows the Linux kernel to use the ATA over Ethernet (AoE) network protocol.
ATA over Ethernet driver allows the Linux kernel to use the ATA over Ethernet (AoE) network protocol.

Using AoE, a Linux system can use AoE block devices like EtherDrive (R) storage blades.

The block devices appear as local device nodes (e.g. /dev/etherd/e0.0).

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What's New in version 70
  • The robustness of the driver's retransmission algorithm in the face of lossy networks was improved.
  • Runtime SKB_BUG warnings about skb truesize were eliminated.
  • Compatibility was extended to later kernels and improved.
  • Remote addresses that are not handling I/O requests are avoided more consistently.
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