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1. (IN201747046149) SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ALLOWING MULTIPLE GLOBAL IDENTIFIER (GID) SUBNET PREFIX VALUES CONCURRENTLY FOR INCOMING PACKET PROCESSING IN A HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT

Office : India
Application Number: 201747046149 Application Date: 21.12.2017
Publication Number: 201747046149 Publication Date: 05.01.2018
Publication Kind : A
Prior PCT appl.: Application Number:PCTUS2017015484 ; Publication Number: Click to see the data
IPC:
H04L 12/931
H ELECTRICITY
04
ELECTRIC COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUE
L
TRANSMISSION OF DIGITAL INFORMATION, e.g. TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION
12
Data switching networks
70
Packet switching systems
931
Switch fabric architecture
Applicants: Oracle International Corporation
Inventors: JOHNSEN, Bjørn Dag
SRINIVASAN, Arvind
MANULA, Brian
Priority Data: 15/416,696 26.01.2017 US
62/288,101 28.01.2016 US
Title: (EN) SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ALLOWING MULTIPLE GLOBAL IDENTIFIER (GID) SUBNET PREFIX VALUES CONCURRENTLY FOR INCOMING PACKET PROCESSING IN A HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT
Abstract:
(EN) System and method for using multiple global identification subnet prefix values in a network switch environment in a high performance computing environment. A packet is received from a network fabric by a first Host Channel Adapter (HCA). The packet has a header portion including a destination subnet prefix identifying a destination subnet of the network fabric. The network HCA is allowed to receive the first packet from a port of the network HCA by selectively determining a logical state of a flag and, selectively in accordance with a predetermined logical state of the flag, ignoring the destination subnet prefix identifying the destination subnet of the network fabric.
Also published as:
CN107925622EP3408978WO/2017/132599