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2008 Fifth IEEE International Workshop on Storage Network Architecture and Parallel I/Os
In this paper, we propose an iSCSI-APT (iSCSI with Automatic Parallelism Tuning) that maximizes iSCSI throughput in long-fat networks. In recent years, as a protocol for building SANs (Storage Area Networks), iSCSI has been attracting attention for its low cost and high compatibility with existing networking infrastructure. However, it has been known that iSCSI throughput degrades in a long-fat network. iSCSI supports a feature called multiple connections, which allows data delivery overdoi:10.1109/snapi.2008.15 fatcat:2x4ioh7rvfglddvvp3e5n5vpcm