TCP Server Fault Tolerance Using Connection Migration to a Backup Server

@inproceedings{Marwah2003TCPSF,
  title={TCP Server Fault Tolerance Using Connection Migration to a Backup Server},
  author={Manish Marwah and Shivakant Mishra and Christof Fetzer},
  booktitle={DSN},
  year={2003}
}
This paper describes the design, implementation, and performance evaluation of ST-TCP (Server fault-Tolerant TCP), which is an extension of TCP to tolerate TCP server failures. This is done by using an active backup server that keeps track of the state of the TCP connection and takes over the TCP connection whenever the primary fails. This migration of the TCP connection to the backup is completely transparent to the client. Because no changes are required on the client machine, any TCP client… CONTINUE READING
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