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LINX for Linux 2.2.2 Released

LINX for Linux 2.2 is a open source package, containing the LINX kernel module, LINX Ethernet Connection Manager (CM) module, LINX TCP CM module, the LINX library, tools for supervising and for configuring inter-node communication and the LINX Gateway server.

LINX for Linux 2.2.2 is a patch release solving an issue with linx_receive_w_tmo were the timeout is set to zero and a large signal is in the receive queue.

Posted by Dejan Bucar 2009-07-06

LINX for Linux 2.2.1 Released

This is a patch release of Enea LINX for Linux 2.2.

LINX for Linux 2.2 is a open source package, containing the LINX kernel module, LINX Ethernet Connection Manager (CM) module, LINX TCP CM module, the LINX library, tools for supervising and for configuring inter-node communication and the LINX Gateway server.

Posted by Dejan Bucar 2009-06-11

LINX for Linux 2.2.0 Released

This is a release of Enea LINX for Linux open source package, containing the LINX kernel module, LINX Ethernet Connection Manager (CM) module, LINX TCP CM module, the LINX library, tools for supervising and for configuring inter-node communication and the LINX Gateway server.

Posted by Dejan Bucar 2009-04-06

LINX for Linux 2.1.0 Released

This is an updated release of Enea LINX for Linux open source package, containing the LINX kernel module, LINX Ethernet Connection Manager module, LINX TCP Connection Manager module, the LINX library and tools for supervising and for configuring inter node communication.

Posted by Wilhelm von Dobeln 2008-11-13

LINX for Linux 2.0.4 Released

This is an patch release of Enea LINX for Linux open source package, containing the LINX kernel module, LINX Ethernet Connection Manager module, LINX TCP Connection Manager module, the LINX library and tools for supervising and for configuring inter-node communication. The focus for this release was stability, bug fixes and better out-of-memory handling.

Posted by Dejan Bucar 2008-07-09

LINX for Linux 2.0.3 Released

This is an patch release of Enea LINX for Linux open source package, containing the LINX kernel module, LINX Ethernet Connection Manager module, LINX TCP Connection Manager module, the LINX library and tools for supervising and for configuring inter-node communication.

Posted by Dejan Bucar 2008-05-27

LINX for Linux 2.0.2 Released

This is an patch release of Enea LINX for Linux open source package, containing the LINX kernel module, LINX Ethernet Connection Manager module, LINX TCP Connection Manager module, the LINX library and tools for supervising and for configuring inter-node communication.

Posted by Dejan Bucar 2008-05-05

LINX for Linux 2.0.1 Released

This is an updated release of Enea LINX for Linux open source package, containing the LINX kernel module, LINX Ethernet Connection Manager module, LINX TCP Connection Manager module, the LINX library and tools for supervising and for configuring inter-node communication.

Main changes include:

  • LINX Ethernet type number changed to 0x8911, officially reserved by IEEE.
  • Linxdisc support for per-link configuration parameters.
  • Support for 2.6.24 Linux kernel
  • Wireshark patches for linxdisc and linx internal traffic.
Posted by Dejan Bucar 2008-03-31

LINX for Linux 2.0.0 Released

This is an updated release of Enea LINX for Linux open source package, containing the LINX kernel module, LINX Ethernet Connection Manager module, LINX TCP Connection Manager module, the LINX library and tools for supervising and for configuring inter-node communication.

Main changes include:

  • Feature negotiation
  • LINX Timeout Service
  • Updated RLNH protocol (version 2)
  • Updated Ethernet CM protocol (version 3)
  • Updated TCP CM protocol (version 3)
  • Support for PPC64 and 2.6.23 kernels.
Posted by Josep Puigdemont 2008-01-18

Linx for Linux 1.4.2 Released

An updated version of Linx for Linux has been released.

Posted by Wilhelm von Dobeln 2007-10-26

LINX for Linux 1.4.1 Released

New features include a new TCP connection manager and Link Attributes.

Linx 1.4.1 supports Linux kernels from 2.6.9 and up to 2.6.22.

LINX is the next evolutionary step of the traditional Enea OSE Link Handler transparent message passing technology, now brought into the open source world as a cross-platform inter-process communications (IPC) service product. It is ideal for providing the IPC for any distributed system, even with a heterogeneous mix of CPU\u2019s or DSP\u2019s. LINX is suitable for small footprint devices, and scales well to large networks with a large number of network nodes. It features a transparent application-to application connection and reliable delivery communication model. Applications use the same APIs for communicating to other applications regardless of location, either local to the CPU or anywhere in the network. It\u2019s flexible addressing model maps to any network topology, and enables dynamic discovery of that topology at run time. Designed for high availability applications it provides a powerful connection and link supervision framework for maintenance and management of the entire system, from fault management including redundancy support, and discovery/inclusion of new nodes or connected networks.

Posted by Wilhelm von Dobeln 2007-09-21

LINX for Linux 1.4.0 Released

LINX for Linux 1.4.0 Released

New features include a new TCP connection manager.

Linx 1.4.0 supports Linux kernels from 2.6.9 and up to 2.6.22.

LINX is the next evolutionary step of the traditional Enea OSE Link Handler transparent message passing technology, now brought into the open source world as a cross-platform inter-process communications (IPC) service product. It is ideal for providing the IPC for any distributed system, even with a heterogeneous mix of CPU’s or DSP’s. LINX is suitable for small footprint devices, and scales well to large networks with a large number of network nodes. It features a transparent application-to application connection and reliable delivery communication model. Applications use the same APIs for communicating to other applications regardless of location, either local to the CPU or anywhere in the network. It’s flexible addressing model maps to any network topology, and enables dynamic discovery of that topology at run time. Designed for high availability applications it provides a powerful connection and link supervision framework for maintenance and management of the entire system, from fault management including redundancy support, and discovery/inclusion of new nodes or connected networks.

Posted by Dejan Bucar 2007-09-18

LINX for Linux 1.3.0 Released

LINX for Linux 1.3.0 Released

New features include per LINX socket statistics. Linx 1.3.0 supports Linux kernels from 2.6.9 and up to 2.6.21.

LINX is the next evolutionary step of the traditional Enea OSE Link Handler transparent message passing technology, now brought into the open source world as a cross-platform inter-process communications (IPC) service product. It is ideal for providing the IPC for any distributed system, even with a heterogeneous mix of CPU’s or DSP’s. LINX is suitable for small footprint devices, and scales well to large networks with a large number of network nodes. It features a transparent application-to application connection and reliable delivery communication model. Applications use the same APIs for communicating to other applications regardless of location, either local to the CPU or anywhere in the network. It’s flexible addressing model maps to any network topology, and enables dynamic discovery of that topology at run time. Designed for high availability applications it provides a powerful connection and link supervision framework for maintenance and management of the entire system, from fault management including redundancy support, and discovery/inclusion of new nodes or connected networks.

Posted by Dejan Bucar 2007-07-05

LINX for Linux 1.2.1 Released

LINX for Linux 1.2.1 Released

LINX for Linux 1.2.1 is a patch release of Linx for Linux 1.2.0.

Posted by Dejan Bucar 2007-06-08

LINX for Linux 1.2.0 Released

LINX for Linux 1.2.0 Released

New features include added support for message trace using tcpdump/libpcap. Per connection statistics and improved stability on 64-bit SMP machines. Linx 1.2.0 supports Linux kernels up to 2.6.21.

LINX is the next evolutionary step of the traditional Enea OSE Link Handler transparent message passing technology, now brought into the open source world as a cross-platform inter-process communications (IPC) service product. It is ideal for providing the IPC for any distributed system, even with a heterogeneous mix of CPU’s or DSP’s. LINX is suitable for small footprint devices, and scales well to large networks with a large number of network nodes. It features a transparent application-to application connection and reliable delivery communication model. Applications use the same APIs for communicating to other applications regardless of location, either local to the CPU or anywhere in the network. It’s flexible addressing model maps to any network topology, and enables dynamic discovery of that topology at run time. Designed for high availability applications it provides a powerful connection and link supervision framework for maintenance and management of the entire system, from fault management including redundancy support, and discovery/inclusion of new nodes or connected networks.

Posted by Dejan Bucar 2007-05-14

LINX for Linux 1.1.3 Released

LINX is the next evolutionary step of the traditional Enea OSE Link Handler transparent message passing technology, now brought into the open source world as a cross-platform inter-process communications (IPC) service product. It is ideal for providing the IPC for any distributed system, even with a heterogeneous mix of CPU’s or DSP’s. LINX is suitable for small footprint devices, and scales well to large networks with a large number of network nodes. It features a transparent application-to application connection and reliable delivery communication model. Applications use the same APIs for communicating to other applications regardless of location, either local to the CPU or anywhere in the network. It’s flexible addressing model maps to any network topology, and enables dynamic discovery of that topology at run time. Designed for high availability applications it provides a powerful connection and link supervision framework for maintenance and management of the entire system, from fault management including redundancy support, and discovery/inclusion of new nodes or connected networks.
https://sourceforge.net/projects/linx/

Posted by Dejan Bucar 2007-03-27

LINX for Linux 1.1.2 Released

LINX is the next evolutionary step of the traditional Enea OSE Link Handler transparent message passing technology, now brought into the open source world as a cross-platform inter-process communications (IPC) service product. It is ideal for providing the IPC for any distributed system, even with a heterogeneous mix of CPU’s or DSP’s. LINX is suitable for small footprint devices, and scales well to large networks with a large number of network nodes. It features a transparent application-to application connection and reliable delivery communication model. Applications use the same APIs for communicating to other applications regardless of location, either local to the CPU or anywhere in the network. It’s flexible addressing model maps to any network topology, and enables dynamic discovery of that topology at run time. Designed for high availability applications it provides a powerful connection and link supervision framework for maintenance and management of the entire system, from fault management including redundancy support, and discovery/inclusion of new nodes or connected networks.
https://sourceforge.net/projects/linx/

Posted by Mattias Wallin 2007-02-07

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