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WMRD
1990
10 years 8 months ago
Replication in Ficus Distributed File Systems
Ficus is a replicated general ling environment for Unix intended to scale to very large nationwide networks. The system employs an optimistic one copy availability" model in ...
Gerald J. Popek, Richard G. Guy, Thomas W. Page Jr...
USENIX
1990
10 years 5 months ago
Implementation of the Ficus Replicated File System
As we approach nation-wide integration of computer systems, it is clear that le replication will play a key role, both to improve data availability in the face of failures, and to...
Richard G. Guy, John S. Heidemann, Wai-Kei Mak, Th...
USENIX
1994
10 years 5 months ago
Resolving File Conflicts in the Ficus File System
Ficus is a flexible replication facility with optimistic concurrency control designed to span a wide range of scales and network environments. Optimistic concurrency control provi...
Peter L. Reiher, John S. Heidemann, David Ratner, ...
SRDS
1998
IEEE
10 years 8 months ago
View Consistency for Optimistic Replication
Optimistically replicated systems provide highly available data even when communication between data replicas is unreliable or unavailable. The high availability comes at the cost...
Ashvin Goel, Calton Pu, Gerald J. Popek
EUROMICRO
1996
IEEE
10 years 8 months ago
Experience of Adaptive Replication in Distributed File Systems
Replication is a key strategy for improving locality, fault tolerance and availability in distributed systems. The paper focuses on distributed file systems and presents a system ...
Giacomo Cabri, Antonio Corradi, Franco Zambonelli
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