Crash-Only Software

@inproceedings{Candea2003CrashOnlyS,
  title={Crash-Only Software},
  author={George Candea and Armando Fox},
  booktitle={HotOS},
  year={2003}
}
Crash-only programs crash safely and recover quickly. There is only one way to stop such software—by crashing it—and only one way to bring it up—by initiating recovery. Crash-only systems are built from crash-only components, and the use of transparent component-level retries hides intra-system component crashes from end users. In this paper we advocate a crash-only design for Internet systems, showing that it can lead to more reliable, predictable code and faster, more effective recovery. We… CONTINUE READING
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