Juggler: a practical reordering resilient network stack for datacenters

@inproceedings{Geng2016JugglerAP,
  title={Juggler: a practical reordering resilient network stack for datacenters},
  author={Yilong Geng and Vimalkumar Jeyakumar and Abdul Kabbani and Mohammad Alizadeh},
  booktitle={EuroSys},
  year={2016}
}
We present Juggler, a practical reordering resilient network stack for datacenters that enables any packet to be sent on any path at any level of priority. Juggler adds functionality to the Generic Receive Offload layer at the entry of the network stack to put packets in order in a best-effort fashion. Juggler's design exploits the small packet delays in datacenter networks and the inherent burstiness of traffic to eliminate the negative effects of packet reordering almost entirely while… CONTINUE READING

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