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Understanding the modernization of the OpenBSD network stack, part 2: A story of if_get(9)
Contributed by pitrh on Fri Jan 13 15:50:03 2017 (GMT)
from the puffy the interface juggler dept.

Martin Pieuchot has written another article chronicling the modernization of the network stack. Martin writes,

I wrote a second article about the network MP thingy.

The article talks about a new API built on top of a generic solution for a MP problem.

The article, A story of if_get(9), is a followup to the part one article we featured earlier as Understanding the modernization of the OpenBSD network stack, part 1: ART single thread performances.

Read both for a deep dive in the ongoing and exciting work going on right now in the OpenBSD network stack.

Needless to say, editors@ really look forward to seeing more articles in this series.

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