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Título: Resilient State Machine Replication
Autor: Sousa, Paulo
Neves, Nuno Ferreira
Veríssimo, Paulo
Palavras-chave: State Machine Replication
Byzantine Fault Tolerance
Synchrony Assumptions
Proactive Recovery
Wormholes
Data: Set-2005
Editora: Department of Informatics, University of Lisbon
Relatório da Série N.º: di-fcul-tr-05-17
Resumo: Nowadays, one of the major concerns about the services provided over the Internet is related to their availability. Replication is a well known way to increase the availability of a service. However, replication has some associated costs, namely it is necessary to guarantee a correct coordination between the replicas. Moreover, being the Internet such an unpredictable and insecure environment, coordination correctness should be tolerant to Byzantine faults and immune to timing failures. Several past works address agreement and replication techniques that tolerate Byzantine faults under the asynchronous model, but they all make the assumption that the number of faulty replicas is bounded and known. Assuming a maximum number of f faulty replicas under the asynchronous model is dangerous -- there is no way of guaranteeing that no more than f faults will occur during the execution of the system. In this paper, we propose a new design methodology, in order to build a resilient f fault/intrusion-tolerant state machine replication system, which guarantees that no more than f faults ever occur. The system is asynchronous in its most part and it resorts to a synchronous oracle to periodically remove the effects of faults/attacks from the replicas
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/14144
http://repositorio.ul.pt/handle/10455/3039
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