Implementing linearizability at large scale and low latency

@inproceedings{Lee2015ImplementingLA,
  title={Implementing linearizability at large scale and low latency},
  author={Collin Lee and Seo Jin Park and Ankita Kejriwal and Satoshi Matsushita and John K. Ousterhout},
  booktitle={SOSP},
  year={2015}
}
Linearizability is the strongest form of consistency for concurrent systems, but most large-scale storage systems settle for weaker forms of consistency. RIFL provides a general-purpose mechanism for converting at-least-once RPC semantics to exactly-once semantics, thereby making it easy to turn non-linearizable operations into linearizable ones. RIFL is designed for large-scale systems and is lightweight enough to be used in low-latency environments. RIFL handles data migration by associating… CONTINUE READING
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