On Wed, 26 Jan 2011, Simon Horman wrote:
> I am also not aware of any recent numbers. But it would be
> nice if we could get some numbers, somehow.
I expect it's the same as it was with 100MBps; you can't
measure any slowdown by LVS relative to the director as a
regular router. All the buses have increased in speed by
about the same amount, so all hardware has kept
approximately in step. So I expect you'll still get the same
speed as the director acting as a router.
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