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RPC in the x-Kernel: Evaluating New Design Techniques

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RPC in the x-Kernel: Evaluating New Design Techniques
This paper reports our experiences implementing remote procedure call (RPC) protocols in the x-kernel. This exercise is interesting because the RPC protocols exploit two novel design techniques: virtual protocols and layered protocols. These techniques are made possible because the xkernel provides an object-oriented infrastructure that supports three significant features: a uniform interface to all protocols, a late binding between protocol layers, and a small overhead for invoking any given protocol layer. For each design technique, the paper motivates the technique with a concrete example, describes how it is applied to the implementation of RPC protocols, and presents the results of experiments designed to evaluate the technique.
Norman C. Hutchinson, Larry L. Peterson, Mark B. A
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Type Conference
Year 1989
Where SOSP
Authors Norman C. Hutchinson, Larry L. Peterson, Mark B. Abbott, Sean W. O'Malley
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