High-Speed Networking in Clusters without OS-bypass and Zero-copy

Abstract : High-performance computing requires low latency and high bandwidth communications. The emergence of high-speed networks ten years ago has lead to the development of advanced software strategies to provide high performance, including OS-bypass and zero-copy. We show that their impact is not so important nowadays and that almost the same performance might be achievable by using traditional models which are easier to implement.
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Brice Goglin. High-Speed Networking in Clusters without OS-bypass and Zero-copy. [Research Report] 2006, pp.3. ⟨hal-00691967⟩

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