Octopus: an RDMA-enabled Distributed Persistent Memory File System

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Non-volatile memory (NVM) and remote direct memory access (RDMA) provide extremely high performance in storage and network hardware. However, existing distributed file systems strictly isolate file system and network layers, and the heavy layered software designs leave high-speed hardware under-exploited. In this paper, we propose an RDMA-enabled… (More)
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@inproceedings{Lu2017OctopusAR, title={Octopus: an RDMA-enabled Distributed Persistent Memory File System}, author={Youyou Lu and Jiwu Shu and Youmin Chen and Tao Li}, booktitle={USENIX Annual Technical Conference}, year={2017} }