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From Jeff Genender <>
Subject Re: Replication using totem protocol
Date Fri, 13 Jan 2006 00:28:52 GMT wrote:
> Well, you guys let me know if I can help you in any way.

Keep on talking ;-)

>> I think there is a time and place for this and can be leveraged in other
>> protocols.  As a minimum it can be a pluggable protocol.  Its a great
>> start.
>> wrote:
>>>> Given the inherent over head in total order protocols, I think we
>>>> should work to limit the messages passed over the protocol, to only
>>>> the absolute minimum to make our cluster work reliably.
>>>> Specifically, I think this is only the distributed lock.  For state
>>>> replication we can use a much more efficient tcp or udp based protocol.
>>> As I said, if your workload has low data sharing (e.g. session
>>> replication), you should not use totem. It's designed for systems where
>>> _each_ processor needs _most_ of the messages.

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