DISCLAIMER ========== This is experimental software. It will probably crash your computer at some point. General Notes ============= DSR-UU implements most of the basic DSR features specified in the DSR draft (version 10). DSR-UU does NOT use ARP, so do not be surprised if you do not see ARP traffic. Kernel 2.4.x support has been obsoleted as very few systems run a 2.4 kernel any more.
This enables your DSR network to coexist with the regular non-multihop ad hoc network at the same time.
Caching is a common technique that aims to improve the performance and scalability of a system.
It does this by temporarily copying frequently accessed data to fast storage that's located close to the application.
The most basic type of cache is an in-memory store.
It's held in the address space of a single process and accessed directly by the code that runs in that process. It can also provide an extremely effective means for storing modest amounts of static data, since the size of a cache is typically constrained by the volume of memory that's available on the machine hosting the process.