HyperCo: Optimizing Network Performance in ARM-Based Mobile Virtualization

@article{Yao2019HyperCoON,
  title={HyperCo: Optimizing Network Performance in ARM-Based Mobile Virtualization},
  author={Jianguo Yao and T. Deng and X. Liu and H. Jacobsen and H. Guan},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Services Computing},
  year={2019},
  volume={12},
  pages={131-143}
}
  • Jianguo Yao, T. Deng, +2 authors H. Guan
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Services Computing
  • In the ARM-based mobile virtualized environment, optimizing both the network throughput and the latency for network-intensive applications is of great importance. Our experimental studies have shown that the context switch between the host and guest triggered by a hypercall results in CPU overload and thus degrades the I/O performance under an intensive workload. To address this problem, we propose the Adaptive Hypercall Coalescing (HyperCo) algorithm, a software-only approach to optimizing the… CONTINUE READING
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