Direct Access File System (DAFS) is a standard file-sharing protocol that is a distributed file system built on top of direct access transports. It uses memory-to-memory interconnect architecture and is designed for storage area networks to enforce bulk data transfers between machine application buffers without forming packets of data.... Read more
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