HPN-SSH FAQ

HPN-SSH FAQ (PI) Chris Rapier PSC, Ben Bennett PSC, Michael Stevens CMUemail: hpn-ssh@psc.edu Q: What is HPN-SSH? A: HPN-SSH is a patch set designed to remove a networking bottleneck in the base OpenSSH code. Removing this bottleneck canimprove performance...

HPN-SSH Papers & Presentations

High Performance Enabled SSH/SCP Papers Chris Rapier PSC, Michael Stevens CMUemail: hpn-ssh@psc.edu Papers and Presentations “Application Layer Network Window Management in the SSH Protocol” – This was the first write up about our work. It is...

HPN-SSH Theory & Implementation

High Performance Enabled SSH/SCP In Depth Chris Rapier PSC, Michael Stevens CMUemail: hpn-ssh@psc.edu Abstract: SCP and the underlying SSH protocol is network performance limited by statically defined internal flow control buffers. These buffers often end up acting as...

HPN- SSH/SCP News

High Performance Enabled SSH/SCP News Chris Rapier PSC, Michael Stevens CMU email: hpn-ssh@psc.edu News/Updates Update 11/7/2012 The patches for 6.0 and 6.1 have been released. These are obviously late being that I released both of them at the same time. The lack of...

Research Programs

PSC staff engage in projects related to many areas of high-performance computing.  Fields that our staff contribute to include:   Biomedical Applications Group The Biomedical Applications Group at PSC pursues leading edge research in high performance...