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SubjectRe: [Question] Explanation of zero-copy networking
Richard B. Johnson <root@chaos.analogic.com> ecrit :
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> when the hardware I/O is used. This shows that the network code, alone,
> cannot be improved very much to provide an improvement in throughput.

It shows that cached code performs well with ~0us latency device/memory.

Networking is about latency and pps too. They both dramatically reduce
the (axe-)evaluated bandwith.

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Ueimor
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