[hops] A related paper and code to HOPS

"Honda, Michio" <michio@netapp.com> Mon, 23 March 2015 02:16 UTC

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From: "Honda, Michio" <michio@netapp.com>
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Let me introduce our work that focuses on a related problem with the protocol stack evolution.
Our paper in the following link describes how protocol stacks have evolved and a possible solution for incremental deployment of user-space protocol stacks.

In the paper we propose a kernel module which we call MultiStack in order to run both in-kernel and user-space protocol stacks simultaneously on a NIC.
The code is now publicly available: https://github.com/cnplab/multistack

- Michio