BKK19-505 - Memory Recycling for Network Interfaces

Session Abstract

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.

Session Speakers

Ilias Apalodimas

Tech Lead (Linaro)

Linux kernel developer with a taste for networking and performance

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