The primary-backup approach

@inproceedings{Budhiraja1993ThePA,
  title={The primary-backup approach},
  author={Navin Budhiraja and Keith Marzullo and Fred B. Schneider and Sam Toueg},
  year={1993}
}
Such fault tolerant services are generally structured in one of two ways One approach is to replicate the service state at all servers and to present the client requests in the same order to all non faulty servers This service architecture is commonly called active replication or the state machine approach and is discussed in Chapter The other approach is to designate one server as the primary and all the others as backups Clients make requests by sending messages only to the primary If the… CONTINUE READING
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