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Old 09-22-2005, 02:36 AM   #1
wangjinyi
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NAPI in linux with kernel 2.6 for device polling


from a paper, i know device polling is enabled in kernel 2.6, and
there is a api named NAPI for it. and no any future information about
it.

do any one know it?
and how to get more information about it?
 
  


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