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VR - Viewstamped Replication

This project aims to produce a highly available and consistent service through state-machine replication. Viewstamped Replication is intended to preserve consistency despite fail-stop (crash) faults and network unavailability; the BFT project later extended this work to handle arbitrary kinds of node failures.

Publications


Publications:

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2012

“Viewstamped Replication Revisited”
by Barbara Liskov and James Cowling.
MIT technical report MIT-CSAIL-TR-2012-021, July 2012.
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2010

“From Viewstamped Replication to Byzantine Fault Tolerance”
by Barbara Liskov.
In Replication: Theory and Practice, 2010.
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1991

“Replication in the Harp File System”
by Barbara Liskov, Sanjay Ghemawat, Robert Gruber, Paul Johnson, Liuba Shrira, and Michael Williams.
In 13th ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (SOSP), (Pacific Grove, CA), Oct. 1991. Also as Technical Memo MIT/LCS/TM-456, MIT Laboratory for Computer Science, Cambridge, MA, August 1991.
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1988

“Viewstamped Replication: A New Primary Copy Method to Support Highly-Available Distributed Systems”
by Brian Oki and Barbara Liskov.
In Proceedings of the Seventh Annual ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing (PODC), Aug. 1988.
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“Viewstamped Replication for Highly Available Distributed Systems”
by Brian Oki.
Ph.D. dissertation, MIT, Aug. 1988. Also as Technical Report MIT-LCS-TR-423.
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