PDL ABSTRACT

A Protocol Family Approach to Survivable Storage Infrastructures

FuDiCo II: S.O.S. (Survivability: Obstacles and Solutions), 2nd Bertinoro Workshop on Future Directions in Distributed Computing, 23-25 June 2004, University of Bologna Residential Center, Bertinoro (Forlì), Italy.

Jay J. Wylie, Garth R. Goodson, Gregory R. Ganger, Michael K. Reiter

Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

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A protocol family supports a variety of fault models with a single client-server protocol and a single server implementation. Protocol families shift the decision of which types of faults to tolerate from system design time to data creation time. With a protocol family based on a common survivable storage infrastructure, each data-item can be protected from different types and numbers of faults. Thus, a single implementation can be deployed in different environments. Moreover, a single deployment can satisfy the specific survivability requirements of different data for costs commensurate with its requirements.

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