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Stable High-Capacity One-Hop Distributed Hash Tables

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3 Author(s)
Risson, J. ; University of New South Wales, Australia ; Harwood, A. ; Moors, T.

Most research on Distributed Hash Tables (DHTs) assumes ephemeral, lightly loaded deployments. Each node has a lifetime of a few hours and initiates a lookup once every few seconds or minutes. However, in giant internet data centers, each node has a lifetime of weeks or months and initiates hundreds or thousands of lookups every second. In such an environment, one-hop DHTs are superior to multi-hop DHTs. They use lookup bandwidth more efficiently. We qualify conflicting research to show that a single onehop DHT can indeed scale to at least a few hundred thousand nodes in stable, high-capacity enterprise networks. Two new designs are presented: One Hop Sites (1HS), a high-capacity DHT tailored for site redundancy; and the One Hop Federation (1HF), a global, hierarchic DHT that resolves an open latency problem. For both, the analysis a) confirms linear scalability to at least a few hundred thousand nodes and b) identifies the most sensitive design parameters.

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Computers and Communications, 2006. ISCC '06. Proceedings. 11th IEEE Symposium on

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26-29 June 2006

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