UDP over 25GbE using AMD Xilinx OpenOnload® on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6 with AMD Xilinx XtremeScale™ X2522-25G-PLUS Adapters on HPE ProLiant DL325 Gen11 Servers using AMD EPYC™ 9374F Processors @ 3.85 GHz

Type: Audited

Specs: STAC-N1 Benchmarks

Stack under test:

  • STAC-N1 for UDP-TCP binding (udp-tcp-sock-1.0.3)
  • 2 x HPE ProLiant DL325 Gen11 Servers, each with
    • 1 x 32-core AMD EPYC™ 9374F @ 3.85 GHz (4.3 GHz Boost)
    • AMD Xilinx XtremeScale™ X2522-25G-PLUS Adapter
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6
    • OpenOnload
  • 25GbE (via cross-over cable, FEC off)

Tested by: STAC

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