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JPaxos was built as an accessible and handy Java library and runtime system for efficient state machine replication.
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Developed by Facebook

Supports free-for-all replication

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The wait/notify model is a well-established communication pattern with good properties for synchronization applications.

Developed by Facebook

Supports free-for-all replication

Highly scalable

The wait/notify model is a well-established communication pattern with good properties for synchronization applications.

Developed by Facebook

Supports free-for-all replication

The wait/notify model is a well-established communication pattern with good properties for synchronization applications.

Developed by Facebook

Highly scalable

The wait/notify model is a well-established communication pattern with good properties for synchronization applications.

Developed by Facebook

Supports free-for-all replication

The wait/notify model is a well-established communication pattern with good properties for synchronization applications.

Developed by Facebook

Supports free-for-all replication

The wait/notify model is a well-established communication pattern with good properties for synchronization applications.

Developed by Facebook

Highly scalable

The wait/notify model is a well-established communication pattern with good properties for synchronization applications.

Developed by Facebook

Supports free-for-all replication

The wait/notify model is a well-established communication pattern with good properties for synchronization applications.

Developed by Facebook

Supports free-for-all replication

The wait/notify model is a well-established communication pattern with good properties for synchronization applications.

Developed by Facebook

Highly scalable

The wait/notify model is a well-established communication pattern with good properties for synchronization applications.

Developed by Facebook

Supports free-for-all replication

The wait/notify model is a well-established communication pattern with good properties for synchronization applications.

Developed by Facebook

Highly scalable

The wait/notify model is a well-established communication pattern with good properties for synchronization applications.

Developed by Facebook

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A system for managing reliable distributed computing, in which entities
can be either reliable or nonreliable, and entities may be either
permanently fault-tolerant or temporarily fault-tolerant. The
facilities of the JPaxos system are provided through specification of
service interfaces, through the use of input/output queues, through
the use of generalized error codes and through the use of recovery.

The service interface facilities of JPaxos allow the construction of
complex distributed systems, without requiring detailed knowledge of
all the underlying internals of the system. The use of input/output
queues facilitates the construction of distributed applications, even
in situations where some of the system’s components do not have
serializable data structures. Through the use of error codes and
recovery, processes involved in the system can write correct
applications with correct failure semantics, and can recover from
failed system components even when they have been programmed to write
incorrect values.

A nonreliable entity’s behavior is one of two types: either
stale-when-possible, or staleness-tolerant. A reliable entity’s
behavior is either time-synchronized, or time-synchronized-with-fault
: when a reliable entity stores a value in its local memory, it
generates a broadcast message at its next non-critical point of
execution; when a reliable entity receives a message, it updates its
memory. A temporary fault-tolerant entity’s behavior is either
complete-when-possible, or complete-after-fault : when a temporary
fault-tolerant entity stores a value in its local memory, it generates
a broadcast message at its next non-critical point of execution; when
a temporary fault-tolerant entity receives a message, it updates its
memory.

Processes in the JPaxos system work through finite-state machines, or
subsystems, as they interact with each other. A state is either
stable or unstable. There are two types of stable states: the
initial state, and a final state. An unstable state may be in either
finite or infinite number of stages. A variable may have a value in a
strictly ordered set of possible values.

An input queue for a failed process is started after the current
state of the process is known to be unstable, and
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JPaxos is a system for distributed state machine replication. Replication is not the usual ‘write to server, receive from server, replicate’ but rather a running active-passive state machine process where a local replica of a state machine runs on a machine and a remote replica of the state machine runs on another machine (e.g. both running on the same or on different machines). Both replicas communicate with each other through a shared RPC protocol.
The current implementation of JPaxos is based on a Java-library and a state machine-class library for the Java programming language.
Replication in JPaxos is achieved by just implementing the ‘exchangeRPC’ method in the state machine. The system will run the local replica of the state machine that is replicated on the client machine and provide the RPC-communication with the remote replica. If both replica are running on the same machine then there is no replication on that machine.
JPaxos is based on a generic event-based communication layer. The main idea of this layer is to cut dependencies on a particular protocol by making it possible to use multiple different protocols in the same system. In JPaxos the event-based protocol is based on Java-events and TCP/IP. For other event-based protocols (e.g. AMQP) it is sufficient to provide a changeable implementation of the ‘exchangeRPC’ method.
JPaxos is easy to build and does not require much design work. All that is required is to make the event-based protocol and the RPC-protocol (receive, send) available. JPaxos does not have a web-interface or other tools that directly talk to the RPC-constraint, but there are many tools that talk to the RPC-constraint through the existing libraries.
Without the high level JPaxos-user-interfaces, there is not much benefit in using JPaxos. But in all other areas, it is easy to use.
By default, JPaxos always re-send messages that are lost due to machine-crashes or communication-errors. It is not really a problem for all user-functions, but it is a problem when the user-function does not expect messages to be lost. If the user-function does not expect messages to be lost then the user-function may be changed to not expect messages to be lost.
JPaxos is fast to build, fast to run and fast to extend

What’s New in the JPaxos?

JPaxos enables its users to build secure, reliable and highly scalable distributed applications. JPaxos has been designed to help developers to scale applications and services while maintaining a high degree of fault tolerance, availability, and reliability.
The client is constructed asynchronously and the wait-free guarantees are based on send-receive abstraction. All synchronization is handled by the library through the use of a new and enhanced API based on tokens.
Taken together, these combined features make JPaxos a good fit for web services, desktop applications, peer-to-peer applications, and grid applications.
JPaxos Overview:
What is JPaxos?
JPaxos is a Java library and an application server that provides a user with reliable message delivery.
JPaxos provides the following features:
Tolerates client crashes
Message loss
Communication delays
And more.
JPaxos achieves this by using a software transactional memory model in which the programmer just specifies the messages that must be reliably delivered as a transaction. This transaction can later be replayed safely even if one or more of its participating nodes crashed.
The transactional memory model is similar to other transactional models such as transaction processing (TP) and distributed transactions (DT). However, unlike TP and DT, JPaxos guarantees both reliability and availability.
Tolerates client crashes
In a robust failure-tolerant system, the system must be able to recover from a crashed client. JPaxos enables applications to recover from crashes by atomically rolling back the client’s state.
When a client is crashed, a recovery process is triggered automatically. The application is notified of this event using an asynchronous component. The recovery phase is triggered by an application-provided program (typically a Java method).
This program notifies other clients to stop sending messages to the crashed client, and is invoked when a client has been crashed.
JPaxos supports different types of recovery process. For example, the application can invoke an application-provided recovery process, or it can take the role of the recovery process itself.
JPaxos can also handle a client crash as a result of a link failure (e.g., Ethernet link failure) or a device failure (e.g., hard disk failure).
When a client is crashed, the application is notified automatically and the recovery process is triggered. The application is notified using an asynchronous component. The recovery process is triggered by an application-provided program.
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System Requirements For JPaxos:

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Hardware Requirements
The following minimum configuration is required to run this repository:
X86 Intel compatible CPU
4 GB or more of RAM
10 MB or more of free space
If you want to compile Open Source Software, install the following optional packages:
Graphical interface Optional
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