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Java: Data transfer with zero copy

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This article explains how you can improve the performance of I/O-intensive Java applications running on Linux and UNIX platforms through a technique called zero copy. Zero copy lets you avoid redundant data copies between intermediate buffers and reduces the number of context switches between user space and kernel space.
 read more | score:8439 | -BlueVoodoo, September 3, 2008
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