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2010 (Vol. 2, Issue: 2)
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Using Server Clusterization to Establish Fault-Tolerant Internet Connectivity

O.O. Adeosun, E.R. Adagunodo and E.A. Olajubu
Corresponding Author:  O.O. Adeosun 

Key words:  Clusterization, servers, replication scheme, redundant components, dependability analysis, reliability, parallel processing, real-time processing, stochastic modeling
Vol. 2 , (2): 35-38
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2010 April, 30 2010 June, 14 2010 November, 15
Abstract:

This study discusses the issue of providing tolerance to hardware and software faults in Internet system as well as issues related to clusterization of servers. A replication scheme is presented, and a detailed dependability analysis of this scheme is performed. The proposed model was designed mainly for fault-tolerant internet system where many unrelated applications could compete for hardware and software resources, thereby exhibiting highly varying and dynamic system characteristics. A major feature of the model under consideration is to attempt the adaptive execution of redundant components for a required level of fault tolerance.
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O.O. Adeosun, E.R. Adagunodo and E.A. Olajubu, 2010. Using Server Clusterization to Establish Fault-Tolerant Internet Connectivity.  Research Journal of Information Technology , 2(2): 35-38.
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