Transis: a Communication Sub-system for High Availability

@inproceedings{Dolev1992TransisAC,
  title={Transis: a Communication Sub-system for High Availability},
  author={Danny Dolev and Shlomo Kramer and Dalia MalkiComputer},
  year={1992}
}
This paper describes Transis, a communication sub-system for high availability. Transis is a transport layer package that supports a variety of reliable multicast message passing services between processors. It provides highly tuned multicast and control services for scalable systems with arbitrary topology. The communication domain comprises of a set of processors that can initiate multicast messages to a chosen subset. Transis delivers them reliably and maintains the membership of connected… CONTINUE READING
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