Failure Detection and Revival for Peer-to-Peer Storage Using Mass
Peer-To-Peer (P2P) storage networks aim to aggregate today's resource-abundant computers to form large, decentralized storage systems. Sustaining a given level of data redundancy is a basic requirement of Peer-To-Peer (P2P) storage systems to make certain desired data availability, additional replicas must be created when peers fail. Because the majority of failures in P2P networks are short-lived (i.e., peers return with data intact), reliably distinctive permanent and transient failures, however, is a demanding task, because peers are apathetic to probes in both cases.
Provided by: Iosrjournals Topic: Storage Date Added: Dec 2012 Format: PDF