Release Notes: Premature timeout of a command reassigned to a new local network interface was avoided. Support for 2.6.30 Linux kernels was added, and compatibility with kernels older than 2.6.11 was repaired.
Release Notes: The robustness of the driver's retransmission algorithm in the face of lossy networks was improved. Runtime SKB_BUG warnings about skb truesize were eliminated. Compatibility was extended to later kernels and improved. Remote addresses that are not handling I/O requests are avoided more consistently. A race between discovery and device flushing was eliminated. The build system was improved to do only necessary work.
Release Notes: The compatibility system was generalized. Support for the 2.6.26 Linux kernel was added.
Release Notes: The driver now uses regular congestion control and avoidance, allowing the use of a wider range of network topologies and a greater number of AoE initiators per target.
Release Notes: The ATA device identify response information is now exported via ioctl, so that udev's ata_id can fetch the model and serial number information of an AoE device. Compatibility with RHEL new kernels in 5.2 was added.
Release Notes: This release adds compatibility with the 2.6.25 kernel while maintaining backwards compatibility. In addition, the driver's diagnostic messages have been improved.
Release Notes: Support for the 2.6.24 kernel was added.
Release Notes: The size of the data payload in each AoE packet is now exported for each AoE target. Various code cleanups were performed to bring the driver closer to the kernel.org driver.
Release Notes: Dynamic minor numbers for devices expand the range of usable AoE addresses. The latest Linux kernels are now supported. A bug that manifested when AoE targets were not behaving correctly was fixed. Specific devices can now be forgotten on demand. A module parameter for GPFS users was added.
Release Notes: The driver now handles payloads larger than 4KiB, receives large packets without extra in-memory copy, and handles I/O requests so that the user can choose between the Linux I/O schedulers.