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This document describes the configuration parameters of NVIDIA® BlueField®-3 SNAP and virtio-blk SNAP in detail.
This manual is intended for SNAP users looking to install and configure it.
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|CLI||Command line interface|
|DMA||Direct memory access|
|DPA||Data path accelerator|
|LBA||Logical block addressing|
|NVMe||Non-volatile memory express|
|RPC||Remote procedure call|
|SNAP||Software-defined network accelerated processing|
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|NVIDIA BlueField DPU Platform Operating System Documentation|
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|NVIDIA Accelerated IO (XLIO) Documentation||This document covers product release notes as well as features of XLIO. XLIO is a user-space software library that exposes standard socket APIs with kernel-bypass architecture, enabling a hardware-based direct copy between an application’s user-space memory and the network interface.|