oceanare at pacific.net.sg
Wed Jun 2 17:05:23 GMT 2004
Aniruddha Bohra wrote:
>>> i was thinking about implementing Robust TCP/IP connections .. but
>>> somebody told me that is not very consistent , and i think so also ,
>> Did you consider fault-tolerant TCP/IP connections to multiple servers?
> See these :
> This one is heavy-weight, whole process wrapping etc.
> Also the implementation is on Linux.
> Engineering fault-tolerant TCP/IP servers using FT-TCP.
> D. Zagorodnov, K. Marzullo, L. Alvisi, and T.C. Bressoud.
> In Proc. IEEE Intl. Conf. on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN),
> This one is lightweight(in place logging),
> works for TCP/IP and for pipes and the implementation is on
> Service Continuations: An Operating System Mechanism for Dynamic
> Migration of Internet Service Sessions.
> F. Sultan, A. Bohra, L. Iftode.
> The 22nd Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems (SRDS), October 2003.
I did not know of them.
>> This would make it very easy to implement fault-tolerant systems with
>> FreeBSD if the communication is TCP/IP based.
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