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[patch 00/11] [RFC] s390: af_iucv traffic over HiperSockets transport

Following patch set implements a new feature to use HiperSockets
as a transport mechanism for the af_iucv address family. Basic
design idea is: The current transport mechanism for af_iucv (iucv)
is only available on VM. HiperSockets provide similar capabilities
as iucv and are available on LPAR. There is guaranty for data
integrity, in order delivery and delivery acknowledgment. A new
HiperSockets feature is exploited to support
flow control/congestion management. For this it is nearby to extend
af_iucv address family to use HiperSockets transport.


Einar Lueck (4)
qdio: support asynchronous delivery of storage blocks
qdio: support forced signal adapter indications
qeth: exploit asynchronous delivery of storage blocks
qeth: support forced signal adapter indications

Ursula Braun (3)
iucv: kernel option for z/VM IUCV and HiperSockets
af_iucv: cleanup - use iucv_sk(sk) early
af_iucv: add HiperSockets transport

Frank Blaschka (4)
iucv: introduce loadable iucv interface
af_iucv: use loadable iucv interface
if_ether: add new Ethernet Protocol ID for af_iucv
qeth: add support for af_iucv HiperSockets transport

Thanks for review and comments,
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