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NTB_TRANSPORT(4)       FreeBSD Kernel Interfaces Manual       NTB_TRANSPORT(4)

NAME
     ntb_transport - Packet-oriented transport for Non-Transparent Bridges

SYNOPSIS
     To load the driver as a module at boot, place the following line in
     loader.conf(5):

           ntb_transport_load="YES"

     The following tunables are settable from the loader(8):

     hw.ntb_transport.debug_level
     Driver debug level.  The default value is 0, higher means more verbose.

     hint.ntb_transport.X.config
     Configures queues allocation for consumer devices, separated by commas.
     Each device can be configured as: "<name>[:<queues>]", where: name is a
     name of the driver which should attach the device (empty means any),
     queues is a number of queues to allocate (empty means automatic), The
     default configuration is empty string, which means single device with one
     queue per memory window allowing any driver attachment.

DESCRIPTION
     The ntb_transport driver attaches on top of the ntb driver to utilize its
     resources to create set of bidirectional queues, delivering packets
     between the systems.  The primary purpose of this is to be used by if_ntb
     network interface, but other consumers may also be developed using KPI.

SEE ALSO
     if_ntb(4), ntb_hw(4)

AUTHORS
     The ntb_transport driver was developed by Intel and originally written by
     Carl Delsey <[email protected]>.  Later improvements were done by Conrad
     E. Meyer <[email protected]> and Alexander Motin <[email protected]>.

FreeBSD 11.1-RELEASE-p4          July 29, 2016         FreeBSD 11.1-RELEASE-p4
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