Daniel A. Muntz

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Monolithic file servers are limited by the power of an individual system. Cluster file servers are limited by resource sharing and recovery issues as the number of cluster nodes increases. DiFFS is a file service architecture that allows system resources to be added (or removed) dynamically, e.g., storage and processors. Resources are partitioned in such a(More)
distributed file system, distributed namespace, fault tolerance, Storage Area Network (SAN) A number of ongoing research projects follow a partition-based approach in order to achieve high scalability for access to the distributed storage service. These systems maintain a namespace that references objects distributed across multiple locations in the system.(More)
The Remote network-MONitoring (RMON) standard isa valuable addition to the Simple Network ManagementProtocol (SNMP), providing network managers withimportant global network information. Unlike SNMPagents, RMON agents operate in promiscuous mode andprocess all packets traversing the local net. The RMONmanagement information base (MIB) supplements the(More)
Advances in network monitoring protocols, such as SNMP and RMON, combined with their widespread availability from commercial vendors, has led to the development of tools that enable system administrators to e ectively manage problem domains, such as network conguration and troubleshooting. The abundance of monitoring and data-gathering tools presents an(More)
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