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Section: globus xio gsi driver (3) Updated: 7 Jun 2010
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The GSI driver behaves similar to the underlying transport driver with respect to reads and writes, except for the try-read and try-write operations (ie. The GSI driver behaves similar to the underlying transport driver with respect to reads and writes, except for the try-read and try-write operations (ie.

waitforbytes ==0) which always return immediately. This is due to the fact that the security layer needs to read and write tokens of a certain minimal size and thus needs to rely on the underlying transport to handle greater than 0 reads/write which is not possible in 'try' mode.  

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