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(1) In this article, we'll focus only on RMM.
(2) RMM is the default LLM protocol.
(3) RMM can use one of several wire transport technologies.
(4) An RMM client sends messages.
(5) The total memory footprint of RMM and individual buffer sizes is configurable.
(6) Any combination of these modules can be created without changing anything to the standard Transfer Module (TM) and Rod Maker Module (RMM).
(7) RMM will also work over InfiniBand and shared memory, and can operate in either multicast (one-to-many) or unicast (one-to-one) mode.
(8) Unlike RMM[Sentencedict], RUDP is a point-to-point protocol in which messages are sent to a specific destination.
(9) RMM achieves higher levels of reliability (over standard multicast) by buffering outgoing and incoming data.
(10) The 16-byte result is lower than reported for RMM, but better than the result for the naive TCP transport, while the 128-byte result matches the RMM report, and the 1,024-byte result far exceeds RMM.
(11) The MQ LLM inbound adapter is an asynchronous RMM receiver.
(12) All three protocols -- RMM, RUDP, and RUM -- can be used simultaneously.
(13) The RmmRxConfig structure is a set of parameters required to create an RMM receiver instance.
(14) Core groups rely on DCS, which uses a reliable multicast message (RMM) system for transport.
(15) Risk of material misstatement stems from the RMM of financial information system and its internal control in audited object.
(16) Similarly, non-LLM protocols can enter the gateway and exit as RMM, RUDP, or RUM!