Information for Linux System Administration
Faster Client and Server Network IO
This article provides more techniques for UNIX-based programmers who want to enhance their network throughput. Learn how to speed up processing at both the client and server using mmap, gathering scattered I/O, and other methods.
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, October 28, 2007
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