The Optimistic Direct Access File System : Design and Network Interface Support

@inproceedings{MagoutisTheOD,
  title={The Optimistic Direct Access File System : Design and Network Interface Support},
  author={Kostas Magoutis}
}
The emergence of commercially-available network interface controllers (NICs) with remote direct memory access (RDMA) capability and the prospect of their tighter integration with the host memory system motivate the design of distributed systems based on an RDMA paradigm. A recent example is the Direct Access File System (DAFS). DAFS clients communicate requests to servers using lightweight Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) based on low-overhead message passing. Data can be transmitted either in-line… CONTINUE READING

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