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From AJ>
Subject Re: Strong Consistency with ONE read/writes
Date Sat, 02 Jul 2011 23:58:49 GMT
On 7/2/2011 6:03 AM, William Oberman wrote:
> Ok, I see the "you happen to choose the 'right' node" idea, but it 
> sounds like you want to solve "C* problems" in the client, and they 
> already wrote that complicated code to make clients simple.   You're 
> talking about reimplementing key<->node mappings, network topology 
> (with failures), etc...  Plus, if they change something about 
> replication and you get too tricky, your code breaks.  Or, if they 
> optimize something, you might not benefit.

I'm only asking if this is possible working within the current design 
and architecture and if not, then why.  I'm not interested in a hack; 
just exploring possibilities.

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