aio_read template.

David Collier-Brown David.Collier-Brown at Sun.COM
Thu Jun 9 12:41:37 GMT 2005

James Peach wrote:
> I never understood why Windows clients do things like this. It's clearly
> trying to to 64K I/Os, which can be nicely stripe-aligned and will
> trigger the zero-copy path in XFS. Samba offers a 64K buffer and the
> large readX capability bit, so why doesn't the client do something sane?

	A colleague with raw-ethernet experience from the days IBM SMB
	speculated that the application was using an old library that 
	was doing congestions avoidance (slow start) and size-limit

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