Flexible Update Propagation for Weakly Consistent Replication

  title={Flexible Update Propagation for Weakly Consistent Replication},
  author={Karin Petersen and Mike Spreitzer and Douglas B. Terry and Marvin Theimer and Alan J. Demers},
Bayou’s anti-entropy protocol for update propagation between weakly consistent storage replicas is based on pair-wise communication, the propagation of write operations, and a set of ordering and closure. constraints on the propagation of the writes. The simplicity of the design makes the protocol very flexible, thereby providing support for diverse networking environments and usage scenarios. It accommodates a variety of policies for when and where to propagate updates. It operates over… CONTINUE READING
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