50 %
50 %
Information about peter

Published on June 18, 2007

Author: FunnyGuy


Emulating low priority transport at the application layer: A Background Transfer Service:  Emulating low priority transport at the application layer: A Background Transfer Service Laurent Massoulié andamp; Peter Key (Microsoft Research, Cambridge) Bing Wang (U Mass) Background transfers:  Background transfers Windows updates Outline :  Outline Motivation and background Receive window / receive rate relation: Fluid models Control objectives and resulting allocations Algorithms Binary Search Stochastic Approximation Simulation results Background Transfers:  Background Transfers Useful for OS updates, P2P file sharing, Prefetching. Requirements: Don’t impact existing foreground flows; Use available capacity efficiently. Existing Approaches for “worse than best effort”:  Existing Approaches for 'worse than best effort' Require Transport level changes (to TCP) Delay-based congestion control TCP Nice [Venkataramani, Kokku, Dahlin] TCP-LP [Kuzmanovic, Knightly] Early warning (based on delay, not loss) Aggressive back-off Our approach:  Our approach Application-level on top of TCP +ve: easy to deploy -ve: nested control loops No packet level info server client 1000B 400Kbps 100B advertise advertise 40Kbps controls rate by receiver window size max number of bytes allowed at receiver controlled from application-level window = min (congestion window, receiver window) Inside BaTS:  Inside BaTS congestion detection rcwnd adaptation goodput measurement Application level Transport level: TCP congestion avoidance Fluid flow model:  Fluid flow model Network: links capacity Collection of flows Flow r identifies links (route) Flows: foreground or background … Background flow, b link 1 link 2 link L flow 1 flow 2 server client Throughput/goodput formulas:  Throughput/goodput formulas Throughput: propagation delay queueing delay rcwnd loss rate where, e.g., Goodput: Large buffers case:  Large buffers case Assume no losses; All flows constrained by receive windows: For given wr, rates xr solution of [M.-Roberts]: Small buffers case:  Small buffers case Assume no queueing delays; All flows constrained by losses: For given wr, rates xr solution of [Kelly, Kunnyur-Srikant]: where: Goodput/receive window relation (single background flow):  Goodput/receive window relation (single background flow) For both the large and small buffer cases: There is a critical value of the window w*b , w*b=y*bb where y*b is the spare capacity s.t.: Foreground flows affected by b iff wb andgt; w*b Goodput yb(wb) is linear on [0, w*b], slope 1/b yb(wb)/wb andlt;1/b and non-increasing on (w*b,) Validation:  Validation background 8 foreground flows 8 Mb/s Window constrained to 6.4 Mb/s Buffer size 20 pkts Formal control objective:  Formal control objective Adapt wb so as to force relation: yb wb slope 1/- Resulting allocations (large buffers):  Resulting allocations (large buffers) Assume b non-increasing ,s.t. b bandlt;1 Resulting throughputs solve where: Resulting allocations (small buffers):  Resulting allocations (small buffers) Assume b non-increasing ,s.t. b bandlt;1; Assume gb decreasing, where Throughputs solve where: Slide17:  Window adjustment algorithms control interval: T seconds; unit: k bytes Rn : # of units received (in nth control interval) Wn : receiver window size Estimate Update: where Method 1: binary search:  Method 1: binary search Maintain search interval, [wmin,wmax] wn=wmin+a(wmax-wmin) wnandgt;w* ? wmax=wn-1, otherwise wmin=wn [Karp et al.]: Optimality properties for static environment, noiseless measurements, single background flow. Method 2: stochastic approximation:  Method 2: stochastic approximation Basic update: Standard Robbins-Monro algorithm. For small gain , behaves as ODE. Flexibility in functional form of updates. Stability issues (several background flows):  Stability issues (several background flows) Interaction of window controllers: stable dynamics? For small gains, stochastic approximation dynamics close to differential systems. For delay-constrained case, assuming time-scale separation between TCP and rcwnd control loops, one can design provably stable differential systems. Stable system (delay constrained case):  Stable system (delay constrained case) Theorem (adapted from [Moandamp;Walrand]): Window dynamics stable, provided utility functions Ub of background flows are s.t. y U’b decreasing, where: Slide22:  performance utilization of spare-bw interference on foreground flows simulation 1000 seconds round-trip propagation delay: 44ms unit: 100 bytes, control interval T=0.2, 0.5 sec Performance evaluation BaTS & ftp-like TCP:  BaTS andamp; ftp-like TCP ftp only: 58% ftp only: 100% T=0.5 sec binary search stochastic appr. utilization: 95%, 98% ftp tptr. reduced by: 2%, 6% utilization: 100%, 100% ftp tptr. reduced by: 1%, 3% two approaches achieve design goals, comparable. BaTS & web traffic:  BaTS andamp; web traffic Web andamp; ftp Web andamp; BaTS Web only BaTS does not affect web response time much. BaTS uses 21% of capacity, similar for stochastic approx. T=0.5sec Binary search BaTS & on-off UDP:  BaTS andamp; on-off UDP Capacity: 10Mbps UDP on/off: 50sec T=0.5sec Binary search BaTS keeps track of spare-bw. BaTS uses 87% of spare-bw, lower for shorter on/off times stochastic approx. uses spare-bw less efficiently. BaTS UDP Concluding remarks:  Concluding remarks Designed a low priority service Without network support Using Application level reactions Efficiently utilizes spare bandwidth Future work Investigate stability issues (loss-constrained case) Loss and delay constraints: fluid models? Relation between utility functions and impact on foreground flows.

Add a comment

Related presentations

Related pages

Peter – Wikipedia

Herkunft und Bedeutungen. Peter ist griechischen Ursprungs (πέτρος petros) und bedeutet Fels im Sinne von Felsblock. Der gewachsene Felsen wird im ...
Read more

Vorname Peter * Statistik und Bedeutung - Beliebte ...

Hallo,ich heiße auch Peter und ich muss alle Peter,s für den SEHR SCHÖNEN NAME gratulieren und es ist Schade das der Name Peter nicht mehr so offt ...
Read more

Peter Hahn GmbH

Bestellen Sie elegante Damenmode und Herrenmode im Peter Hahn Onlineshop. Entdecken Sie über 200 Modemarken wie Bogner, Lacoste oder Gant bei
Read more

Peter der Große – Wikipedia

Peter I., der Große (russisch Пётр I Вели́кий, transkribiert Pjotr I Weliki), geboren als Pjotr Alexejewitsch Romanow (russ. Пётр ...
Read more

Peter Maffay

Willkommen auf der offiziellen Webseite von PETER MAFFAY!
Read more

C.F. Peters - Leipzig

Gründung der Faber Music GmbH und Auslieferungswechsel Edition Peters . Am 2. Februar 2015 wird die Faber Music GmbH in der Talstraße 10 in Leipzig, im ...
Read more

Peter – Wiktionary

Anmerkung: Der mündliche, umgangssprachliche Gebrauch des Artikels bei Nachnamen ist nicht einheitlich. Norddeutsch gebraucht man tendenziell keinen ...
Read more | Tennisversand und Tennis Shop

Tennis Peters Tennis-Online-Shop und -Versand Über 10.000 Tennisschuhe, Tennisschläger & Tennisbekleidungs-Artikel verschiedener Marken 30 ...
Read more

Peters Bildungsgruppe - Peters Gruppe

Die Peters Bildungsgruppe ist gerüstet – für alle Anforderungen der Arbeitskultur. Unser Ziel ist, die Berufsfähigkeit zu erhalten und auszubauen.
Read more

Peter Wackel | Der erfolgreichste Party-Künstler

Peter Wackel - Freitag auf Montag; Peter Wackel;örprobe_Die-Nacht-von-Freitag-auf-Montag.mp3
Read more