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Asynchronous construction of consistent global snapshots in the Object and Action Model

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2 Author(s)
Garcia, I.C. ; Inst. de Comput., UNICAMP, Campinas, Brazil ; Buzato, Luiz Eduardo

The Object and Action Model (OAM) is well-known as an adequate paradigm to build fault-tolerant configurable distributed applications. The reconfiguration of an application depends on the construction of a consistent global snapshot of its global state. An atomic action that reads the states of all objects of the application is a simple and straightforward way to obtain such a global snapshot, but reduces concurrency and interferes with the underlying computation. In the Process and Message Model (PMM), consistent snapshots can be constructed asynchronously by a component that passively receives process states. This paper presents OAM-based asynchronous global snapshot algorithms that are equivalent to PMM-based algorithms, built using a precedence relation defined for atomic actions. Arjuna, an object-oriented action-based distributed programming environment, has been used to implement these OAM-based global snapshot algorithms, allowing us to conclude that our approach is promising

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Configurable Distributed Systems, 1998. Proceedings. Fourth International Conference on

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4-6 May 1998

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