Lazy Receiver Processing (LRP): A Network Subsystem Architecture for Server Systems

@inproceedings{Druschel1996LazyRP,
  title={Lazy Receiver Processing (LRP): A Network Subsystem Architecture for Server Systems},
  author={Peter Druschel and Gaurav Banga},
  booktitle={OSDI},
  year={1996}
}
The explosive growth of the Internet, the widespread use of WWW-related applications, and the increased reliance on client-server architectures places interesting new demands on network servers. In particular, the operating system running on such systems needs to manage the machine’s resources in a manner that maximizes and maintains throughput under conditions of high load. We propose and evaluate a new network subsystem architecture that provides improved fairness, stability, and increased… CONTINUE READING
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