[nfsv4] draft-eisler-nfsv4-enterprise-apps-00.txt

"Mike Eisler" <mre-ietf@eisler.com> Wed, 13 October 2010 22:37 UTC

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(apologies if this a dup)

Margaret Susairaj of Oracle and I (of NetApp) posted this
internet-draft, which proposes extensions to NFSv4 for
better support of enterprise applications, such
as databases.


I have requested time at the IETF meeting in Beijing to discuss this.

Mike Eisler, Senior Technical Director, CR & NFS
+1 719 599 9026 - blogs.netapp.com/eislers_nfs_blog/