Sandeep Sarat

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Traditionally, operating systems have used monolithic network stack implementations: implementations where the whole network stack executes in the kernel or (in microkernels) in a single, trusted, user level server. Code maintenance issues, ease of debugging, need for simultaneous existence of multiple protocols, and security benefit have argued for(More)
Router queues buffer packets during congestion epochs. A recent result by Appenzeller et al. showed that the size of FIFO queues can be reduced considerably without sacrificing utilization. While Appenzeller showed that link utilization is not affected, the impact of this reduction on other aspects of queue management such as fairness, is unclear. Recently,(More)
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