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Issue No.02 - February (2002 vol.51)
pp: 100-107
ABSTRACT
<p>We introduce the ROC-1 hardware platform, a large-scale cluster system designed to provide high availability for Internet service applications. The ROC-1 prototype embodies our philosophy of Recovery-Oriented Computing (ROC) by emphasizing detection and recovery from the failures that inevitably occur in Internet service environments, rather than simple avoidance of such failures. ROC-1 promises greater availability than existing server systems by incorporating four techniques applied from the ground up to both hardware and software: redundancy and isolation, online self-testing and verification, support for problem diagnosis, and concern for human interaction with the system.</p>
INDEX TERMS
Availability, fault tolerance, fault diagnosis, Internet, network servers, computer network management.
CITATION
D. Oppenheimer, A. Brown, J. Beck, D. Hettena, J. Kuroda, N. Treuhaft, D.A. Patterson, K. Yelick, "ROC-1: Hardware Support for Recovery-Oriented Computing", IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol.51, no. 2, pp. 100-107, February 2002, doi:10.1109/12.980002
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