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The recent emergence of ultra high-speed networks up to 100 Gbps has posed numerous challenges and led to many investigations on efficient protocols to saturate 100 Gbps links. Previous studies showed that RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) is efficient in terms of CPU load and achievable transfer bandwidth. However, end-to-end data transfers involve many components, not only protocols, affecting overall transfer performance. These components include a disk I/O subsystem, additionaldoi:10.1109/ants.2013.6802895 dblp:conf/IEEEants/JungKV13 fatcat:micvp6btejhkriqhsypm6rlw74