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As network interfaces keep getting faster drivers, CPUs and memory need to keep up. Linux kernel network drivers usually allocate memory on-the-fly, process the packets and then free that memory. This talk focuses on a proposed RFC about a native memory recycling strategy that applies on both the default network stack, XDP(eXpress Data Path) and the improvements it offers compared to the existing approach.<br />
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BKK19-505
Session Room 3 (Lotus 10)
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2019-04-05 09:25:00
2019-04-05 09:00:00
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Linux kernel developer with a taste for networking and performance
Linaro
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Ilias Apalodimas
Tech Lead
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Linux Kernel
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Networking
Open Source Development
BKK19-505 - Memory Recycling for Network Interfaces
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