Improving Linux networking performance

by Guest Post on January 23, 2015

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100Gb network adapters are coming, said Jesper Brouer in his talk at the LCA 2015 kernel miniconference. Driving such adapters at their full wire speed is going to be a significant challenge for the Linux kernel; meeting that challenge is the subject of his current and future work. The good news is that Linux networking has gotten quite a bit faster as a result – even if there are still problems to be solved.
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