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Fault Tolerance in the R-GMA Information and Monitoring System

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Fault Tolerance in the R-GMA Information and Monitoring System
R-GMA (Relational Grid Monitoring Architecture) [1] is a grid monitoring and information system that provides a global view of data distributed across a grid system. R-GMA creates the impression of a single centralised repository of information, but in reality the information can be stored at many different locations on the grid. The Registry and Schema are key components of R-GMA. The Registry matches queries for information to data sources that provide the appropriate information. The Schema defines the tables that can be queried. Without the combined availability of these components, RGMA ceases to operate as a useful service. This paper presents an overview of R-GMA and describes the Registry replication design and implementation. A replication algorithm for the Schema is also described.
Rob Byrom, Brian A. Coghlan, Andrew W. Cooke, Rone
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where EGC
Authors Rob Byrom, Brian A. Coghlan, Andrew W. Cooke, Roney Cordenonsi, Linda Cornwall, Martin Craig, Abdeslem Djaoui, Alastair Duncan, Steve Fisher, Alasdair J. G. Gray, Steve Hicks, Stuart Kenny, Jason Leake, Oliver Lyttleton, James Magowan, Robin Middleton, Werner Nutt, David O'Callaghan, Norbert Podhorszki, Paul Taylor, John Walk, Antony J. Wilson
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