Flexible and Dynamic Replication Control for Interdependent Distributed Real-Time Embedded Systems
Ref: HURRAY-TR-100904 Publication Date: 20 to 23, Sep, 2010
Flexible and Dynamic Replication Control for Interdependent Distributed Real-Time Embedded SystemsRef: HURRAY-TR-100904 Publication Date: 20 to 23, Sep, 2010
Replication is a proven concept for increasing the availability of distributed systems. However, actively replicating every software component in distributed embedded systems may not be a feasible approach. Not only the available resources are often limited, but also the imposed overhead could significantly degrade the system’s performance.
This paper proposes heuristics to dynamically determine which components to replicate based on their significance to the system as a whole, its consequent number of passive replicas, and where to place those replicas in the network. The activation of passive replicas is coordinated through a fast convergence protocol that reduces the complexity of the needed interactions among nodes until a new collective global service solution is determined.
7th IFIP TC 10 Working Conference (DIPES 2010), 329, pp 66-77.
WOS ID: 000306303400008.
Notes: 3rd IFIP TC 10 International Conference, BICC 2010, incluida em WCC 2010. Distributed, Parallel and Biologically Inspired Systems. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology