Direct Access File System (DAFS) Research

DAFS is an emerging commercial standard for network-attached storage on server cluster interconnects such as VI and InfiniBand. The DAFS architecture and protocol leverage adapter support for user-level networking, remote direct memory access (RDMA), and reliable communication. Our research in this context focuses on:

Work to date has produced the following software releases: We are using and building on a DAFS client provider API implementation originally developed by Jeff Chase's group at Duke University.

Researchers

Publications Software Releases If you are using this software and have feedback for us, or if you would like to be included in a mailing list to receive notification of updates in the future, send us mail.

In the News

Funding This page is maintained by Kostas Magoutis