[OpenDHT-Users] Re: Transaction like capability in openDHT
bgchun at cs.berkeley.edu
Tue Aug 22 12:26:03 PDT 2006
One way is to run Paxos among replicas.
Zahir Koradia wrote:
> Hi Gon,
> Basically I have a set of nodes that need to make entries in the DHT.
> If an entry with the key is already present then the entry is supposed
> to be concatenated with its own id. These nodes can communicate to
> each other and know each other's communication addresses. Right now
> the way I am doing this is using the spread group communication
> toolkit. This allows me to have total ordering amongst messages sent
> to a group. I have all these nodes form a group. That way when one
> wants to edit an entry it will send a message on the group stating the
> same. This mechanism is still going through tests and seems to be
> pretty slow.
> I would be more than happy to know otehr ways of doing this.
> On 8/22/06, Byung-Gon Chun <bgchun at eecs.berkeley.edu> wrote:
>> Can you tell me what applications you have in mind?
>> There are techniques that you can use to guarantee atomicity.
>> - Gon
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: Sean Rhea <sean.c.rhea at gmail.com>
>> Date: Monday, August 21, 2006 4:20 pm
>> Subject: Re: [OpenDHT-Users] Transaction like capability in openDHT
>> > On 8/20/06, Zahir Koradia <zahir.koradia at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > > I am working on something where there are multiple nodes that can
>> > > update an entry in openDHT. To ensure correctness I need some
>> > form of
>> > > concurrency control. Has enyone used any mechanism that provides
>> > > atomicity at openDHT itself hence not requiring the participating
>> > > processes to coordinate in any manner?
>> > OpenDHT only provides loose consistency semantics. You'll need
>> > something additional for transactions, I think.
>> > Sean
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