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Old 05-21-2019, 12:41 AM   #1
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LXer: Data in a Flash, Part II: Using NVMe Drives and Creating an NVMe over Fabrics Network

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By design, NVMe drives are intended to provide local access to themachines they are plugged in to; however, the NVMe over Fabricspecification seeks to address this very limitation by enabling remotenetwork access to that same device. This article puts into practice what you learned in Part I and shows how to use NVMe drives in a Linux environment.



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