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Disconnected Operation in the Coda File System

Disconnected Operation in the Coda File System,10.1145/146941.146942,ACM Transactions on Computer Systems,James J. Kistler,Mahadev Satyanarayanan

Disconnected Operation in the Coda File System   (Citations: 1013)
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Journal: ACM Transactions on Computer Systems - TOCS , vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 3-25, 1992
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    • ...Much work has been done in developing appropriate data placement, caching and consistency policies in the “home/personal/non-enterprise” space (e.g., see [8, 10, 16, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 28]).,Data placement on devices and servers: AFS [8] and Coda [10] pioneered the use of a single namespace to manage a set of servers...

    Michelle L. Mazureket al. ZZFS: A hybrid device and cloud file system for spontaneous users

    • ...In addition to the support of traditional operations in stream database systems, sync streams gracefully support disconnected operation [23] and provide common optimizations for mobile-cloud communications, such as batching, compression, and filtering.,Disconnected operation. Mobile devices often suffer from disconnections [23].,Sonora further applies the notion of streams to mobile platforms and augments the stream abstraction with the sync stream interface to improve mobile-cloud communication, which has been studied extensively in the mobile research community [23, 26]...

    Fan Yanget al. Sonora: A Platform for Continuous Mobile-Cloud Computing

    • ...Specifically, to hide the network latency of unpredictable wireless connectivity and to improve file system performance, many network file systems use a local storage cache. Examples include FScache [5] and Coda [6]...
    • ...For example, Coda [6] addresses the problems of disconnected operation with a local cache...

    Yuan Donget al. RFS: a network file system for mobile devices and the cloud

    • ...The Coda distributed file system [19] and Bayou distributed database [29] are among the best known investigations of this space, and both systems rely on optimistic concurrency to improve availability and performance...

    Eduardo Cuervoet al. CrowdLab: An Architecture for Volunteer Mobile Testbeds

    • ...In the distributed system literature, many distributed file systems are designed, implemented, deployed during the past 3 decades, such as Andrew file system (AFS) [9], Coda file system [10], Network file system [11] and etc...
    • ...For the purpose of clear presentation, all the descriptions for diverse query evaluations are based on the following projection, each tuple within which contains two numerical attributes (i.e., A1 and A2) both with continuous domain [0,10]...
    • ...The continuous domains (i.e., [0,10]) are normalized into [0,1] for index key generation and segment storage...

    Minqi Zhouet al. Optimized Data Placement for Column-Oriented Data Store in the Distrib...

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