A Low-Bandwidth Network File System

@inproceedings{Muthitacharoen2001ALN,
  title={A Low-Bandwidth Network File System},
  author={Athicha Muthitacharoen and Benjie Chen and David Mazi{\`e}res},
  booktitle={SOSP},
  year={2001}
}
Users rarely consider running network file systems over slow or wide-area networks, as the performance would be unacceptable and the bandwidth consumption too high. Nonetheless, efficient remote file access would often be desirable over such networks---particularly when high latency makes remote login sessions unresponsive. Rather than run interactive programs such as editors remotely, users could run the programs locally and manipulate remote files through the file system. To do so, however… CONTINUE READING
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