Aging through cascaded caches: performance issues in the distribution of web content

@inproceedings{Cohen2001AgingTC,
  title={Aging through cascaded caches: performance issues in the distribution of web content},
  author={Edith Cohen and Haim Kaplan},
  booktitle={SIGCOMM},
  year={2001}
}
The Web is a distributed system, where data is stored and disseminated from both origin servers and caches. Origin servers provide the most up-to-date copy whereas caches store and serve copies that had been cached for a while. Origin servers do not maintain per-client state, and weak-consistency of cached copies is maintained by the origin server attaching to each copy an expiration time. Typically, the lifetime-duration of an object is fixed, and as a result, a copy fetched directly from its… CONTINUE READING
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