Flooding Antivirus to Clustered Systems

Provided by: International Journal of Computing Science and Information Technology (IJCSIT)
Topic: Big Data
Format: PDF
Flooding algorithm is an algorithm for sending data to all the nodes in the network. Each node turns as both sender and receiver. Flooding is used in peer-to-peer file sharing and in ad-hoc wireless networks. Flooding generates redundancy, so, to avoid this, spanning tree system is to be used. Spanning tree system is a mechanism through which it creates loop free tree topology. In a clustered network if any node fails, the other node takes ownership. This happens because of a layer of cluster software runs on the cluster nodes.

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