SABUL: A transport protocol for grid computing. This paper describes SABUL, an application-level data transfer protocol for data-intensive applications over high bandwidth-delay product networks. SABUL is designed for reliability, high performance, fairness and stability. It uses UDP to transfer data and TCP to return control messages. A rate-based congestion control that tunes the inter-packet transmission time helps achieve both efficiency and fairness. In order to remove the fairness bias between flows with different network delays, SABUL adjusts its sending rate at uniform intervals, instead of at intervals determined by round trip time. This protocol has demonstrated its efficiency and fairness in both experimental and practical applications. SABUL has been implemented as an open source C++ library, which has been successfully used in several Grid computing applications.

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  1. Oothongsap, Phoemphun; Viniotis, Yannis; Vouk, Mladen: Theoretical analysis of the SABUL congestion control algorithm (2006) ioport
  2. -: SABUL: A transport protocol for grid computing (2003) ioport
  3. Gu, Yunhong; Grossman, Robert: SABUL: A transport protocol for grid computing (2003)