This is the simplest and, as usual, the best implementation :)
100% zero-copy implementation is also possible (see rdma-zerocopy branch),
but it requires to create A LOT of queues (~128 per client) to use QPN as a 'tag'
because of the lack of receive tags and the server may simply run out of queues.
Hardware limit is 262144 on Mellanox ConnectX-4 which amounts to only 2048
'connections' per host. And even with that amount of queues it's still less optimal
than the non-zerocopy one.
In fact, newest hardware like Mellanox ConnectX-5 does have Tag Matching
support, but it's still unsuitable for us because it doesn't support scatter/gather
VNPL 1.1 is slightly reworded to make it clear that proprietary software
interacting with Vitastor and providing some kind of service to end users isn't
a "Proxy Program" if it's not specially designed to be used with Vitastor.
For example, Windows OS running in a virtual machine stored in a Vitastor
cluster clearly isn't.