nbd: nbd (Tools for the Linux Kernel's network block device)
nbd:
nbd: With NBD compiled into your kernel, Linux can use a remote server as
nbd: one of its block devices. Every time the client computer wants to
nbd: read /dev/nd0, it will send a request to the server via TCP, which
nbd: will reply with the data requested. Unlike NFS, it is possible to put
nbd: any file system on it. But (also unlike NFS), if someone has mounted
nbd: NBD read/write, you must assure that no one else will have it mounted.
nbd:
nbd: nbd home: http://nbd.sf.net/
nbd:
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