Linux Kernel Bypass for Network comms

Posted on 2010-01-04
Last Modified: 2013-12-06
I have been asked to research some methods of implementing kernel bypass for network communications for our Linux application.  Is anyone familiar with this or has information to sites that could help me out with this information?  Any resources you could point me to would be great.  I am using RHEL5.
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    I saw those links when i was searching yesterday.  Nothing seems to be very detailed. There are overviews out there but nothing more.  I am not looking to have the code handed to me, but just a little more detail.
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    RAW Socket - Is that the one you are looking for probably ?


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