Client Replicas Collect Grants Write-back Response Phase I Phase II Client Replicas Collect Grants Write-back Response Phase I Phase II Preserialization

@inproceedings{Singh2007ClientRC,
  title={Client Replicas Collect Grants Write-back Response Phase I Phase II Client Replicas Collect Grants Write-back Response Phase I Phase II Preserialization},
  author={Atul Singh and Petros Maniatis and Peter Druschel and Timothy Roscoe},
  year={2007}
}
Quorum-based Byzantine fault-tolerant protocols for replicated state machines allow replicas to respond to client requests without explicitly agreeing on the request ordering. As long as concurrent write operations do not conflict, quorum-based protocols are more efficient than agreement-based protocols. However, resolving conflicting writes and bringing replicas up-to-date with each other is a principal performance limitation of existing quorum protocols. We present a simple technique based on… CONTINUE READING

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