On Mon, May 26, 2003 at 04:04:20PM +0800, Aihua Liu wrote:
> I'm sorry for previous mail.
> >TCPSP is ain implementation of TCP socket splicing for the Linux Kernel.
> >This means that you can open a pair of sockets in user space
> >and then join them together in the kernel.
> As I know, TCPSP'work as follows:
> 1. Client builds up the connection with director firstly.
> 2. After the director receives the client requests, then
> sets up connection with selected real-server and sends the
> requests to it.
> 3. Real-server send replies to director.
> 4. Director receives the replies from the realserver and
> responses to the client through tcp-splicing.
> I understand it correctly?
That is how an application that uses TCPSP could work.
And is more or less how the demonstration programme works.
But, TCP is just a mechanism, to allow you
to splice connections. It is not a programme itself.