rdma-core 18.0-1 source package in Ubuntu

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rdma-core (18.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release.
  * Update private libibverbs symbols and let libibverbs1 break
    ibverbs-providers < 18~
  * Fix bad whatis entries in man pages
  * Fix spelling mistakes in ibv_create_flow_action.3 man page
  * Use versioned Breaks & Replaces for ibverbs-providers to make it
    multi-arch coinstallable (Closes: #898055)

 -- Benjamin Drung <email address hidden>  Mon, 07 May 2018 13:40:40 +0200

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ibacm: InfiniBand Communication Manager Assistant (ACM)

 The IB ACM implements and provides a framework for name, address, and
 route (path) resolution services over InfiniBand.
 It is intended to address connection setup scalability issues running
 MPI applications on large clusters. The IB ACM provides information
 needed to establish a connection, but does not implement the CM protocol.
 A primary user of the ibacm service is the librdmacm library.

ibacm-dbgsym: debug symbols for ibacm
ibverbs-providers: User space provider drivers for libibverbs

 libibverbs is a library that allows userspace processes to use RDMA
 "verbs" as described in the InfiniBand Architecture Specification and
 the RDMA Protocol Verbs Specification. iWARP ethernet NICs support
 RDMA over hardware-offloaded TCP/IP, while InfiniBand is a
 high-throughput, low-latency networking technology. InfiniBand host
 channel adapters (HCAs) and iWARP NICs commonly support direct
 hardware access from userspace (kernel bypass), and libibverbs
 supports this when available.
 .
 A RDMA driver consists of a kernel portion and a user space portion.
 This package contains the user space verbs drivers:
 .
  - bnxt_re: Broadcom NetXtreme-E RoCE HCAs
  - cxgb3: Chelsio T3 iWARP HCAs
  - cxgb4: Chelsio T4 iWARP HCAs
  - hfi1verbs: Intel Omni-Path HFI
  - hns: HiSilicon Hip06 SoC
  - i40iw: Intel Ethernet Connection X722 RDMA
  - ipathverbs: QLogic InfiniPath HCAs
  - mlx4: Mellanox ConnectX-3 InfiniBand HCAs
  - mlx5: Mellanox Connect-IB/X-4+ InfiniBand HCAs
  - mthca: Mellanox InfiniBand HCAs
  - nes: Intel NetEffect NE020-based iWARP adapters
  - ocrdma: Emulex OneConnect RDMA/RoCE device
  - qedr: QLogic QL4xxx RoCE HCAs
  - rxe: A software implementation of the RoCE protocol
  - vmw_pvrdma: VMware paravirtual RDMA device

ibverbs-providers-dbgsym: debug symbols for ibverbs-providers
ibverbs-utils: Examples for the libibverbs library

 libibverbs is a library that allows userspace processes to use RDMA
 "verbs" as described in the InfiniBand Architecture Specification and
 the RDMA Protocol Verbs Specification. iWARP ethernet NICs support
 RDMA over hardware-offloaded TCP/IP, while InfiniBand is a
 high-throughput, low-latency networking technology. InfiniBand host
 channel adapters (HCAs) and iWARP NICs commonly support direct
 hardware access from userspace (kernel bypass), and libibverbs
 supports this when available.
 .
 This package contains useful libibverbs1 example programs such as
 ibv_devinfo, which displays information about InfiniBand devices.

ibverbs-utils-dbgsym: debug symbols for ibverbs-utils
libibumad-dev: Development files for libibumad

 libibumad provides userspace Infiniband Management Datagram (uMAD)
 functions which sit on top of the uMAD modules in the kernel.
 These are used by InfiniBand diagnostic and management tools.
 .
 This package is needed to compile programs against libibumad.
 It contains the header files and static libraries (optionally)
 needed for compiling.

libibumad3: InfiniBand Userspace Management Datagram (uMAD) library

 libibumad provides userspace Infiniband Management Datagram (uMAD)
 functions which sit on top of the uMAD modules in the kernel.
 These are used by InfiniBand diagnostic and management tools.
 .
 This package contains the shared library.

libibumad3-dbgsym: debug symbols for libibumad3
libibverbs-dev: Development files for the libibverbs library

 libibverbs is a library that allows userspace processes to use RDMA
 "verbs" as described in the InfiniBand Architecture Specification and
 the RDMA Protocol Verbs Specification. iWARP ethernet NICs support
 RDMA over hardware-offloaded TCP/IP, while InfiniBand is a
 high-throughput, low-latency networking technology. InfiniBand host
 channel adapters (HCAs) and iWARP NICs commonly support direct
 hardware access from userspace (kernel bypass), and libibverbs
 supports this when available.
 .
 This package is needed to compile programs against libibverbs1.
 It contains the header files and static libraries (optionally)
 needed for compiling.

libibverbs1: Library for direct userspace use of RDMA (InfiniBand/iWARP)

 libibverbs is a library that allows userspace processes to use RDMA
 "verbs" as described in the InfiniBand Architecture Specification and
 the RDMA Protocol Verbs Specification. iWARP ethernet NICs support
 RDMA over hardware-offloaded TCP/IP, while InfiniBand is a
 high-throughput, low-latency networking technology. InfiniBand host
 channel adapters (HCAs) and iWARP NICs commonly support direct
 hardware access from userspace (kernel bypass), and libibverbs
 supports this when available.
 .
 For this library to be useful, a device-specific plug-in module
 should also be installed.
 .
 This package contains the shared library.

libibverbs1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libibverbs1
librdmacm-dev: Development files for the librdmacm library

 librdmacm is a library that allows applications to set up reliable
 connected and unreliable datagram transfers when using RDMA adapters.
 It provides a transport-neutral interface in the sense that the same
 code can be used for both InfiniBand and iWARP adapters. The
 interface is based on sockets, but adapted for queue pair (QP) based
 semantics: communication must use a specific RDMA device, and data
 transfers are message-based.
 .
 librdmacm only provides communication management (connection setup
 and tear-down) and works in conjunction with the verbs interface
 provided by libibverbs, which provides the interface used to actually
 transfer data.
 .
 This package is needed to compile programs against librdmacm1.
 It contains the header files and static libraries (optionally)
 needed for compiling.

librdmacm1: Library for managing RDMA connections

 librdmacm is a library that allows applications to set up reliable
 connected and unreliable datagram transfers when using RDMA adapters.
 It provides a transport-neutral interface in the sense that the same
 code can be used for both InfiniBand and iWARP adapters. The
 interface is based on sockets, but adapted for queue pair (QP) based
 semantics: communication must use a specific RDMA device, and data
 transfers are message-based.
 .
 librdmacm only provides communication management (connection setup
 and tear-down) and works in conjunction with the verbs interface
 provided by libibverbs, which provides the interface used to actually
 transfer data.
 .
 This package contains the shared library.

librdmacm1-dbgsym: debug symbols for librdmacm1
rdma-core: RDMA core userspace infrastructure and documentation

 This package provides the basic boot time support for systems that use the
 Linux kernel's remote direct memory access (RDMA) subystem which includes
 InfiniBand, iWARP, and RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE).
 .
 Several kernel RDMA support daemons are included:
  - The rdma-ndd daemon which watches for RDMA device changes and/or hostname
    changes and updates the Node Description of the RDMA devices based on
    those changes.
  - The iWARP Port Mapper Daemon (iwpmd) which provides a kernel support
    service in userspace for iWARP drivers to claim TCP ports through the
    standard socket interface.

rdma-core-dbgsym: debug symbols for rdma-core
rdmacm-utils: Examples for the librdmacm library

 librdmacm is a library that allows applications to set up reliable
 connected and unreliable datagram transfers when using RDMA adapters.
 It provides a transport-neutral interface in the sense that the same
 code can be used for both InfiniBand and iWARP adapters. The
 interface is based on sockets, but adapted for queue pair (QP) based
 semantics: communication must use a specific RDMA device, and data
 transfers are message-based.
 .
 librdmacm only provides communication management (connection setup
 and tear-down) and works in conjunction with the verbs interface
 provided by libibverbs, which provides the interface used to actually
 transfer data.
 .
 This package contains useful librdmacm1 example programs such as
 rping and udaddy.

rdmacm-utils-dbgsym: debug symbols for rdmacm-utils
srptools: Tools for Infiniband attached storage (SRP)

 In conjunction with the kernel ib_srp driver, srptools allows you to
 discover and use Infiniband attached storage devices which use the
 SCSI RDMA Protocol (SRP).

srptools-dbgsym: debug symbols for srptools