[Ndn-interest] [EXT] JNDN FUllPSYNC2017 - Sending Sync Interests

Junxiao Shi shijunxiao at email.arizona.edu
Sun Aug 8 09:31:40 PDT 2021

Hi Rayhan

jNDN is no longer actively maintained.
If you want PSync, you should use either the C++ library or NDNts.
Otherwise, you can use StateVectorSync that is a newer synchronization
protocol, with implementations in C++ and Python, and also included in

Yours, Junxiao

On Sun, Aug 8, 2021 at 08:31 Gias, Rayhan <rayhan.gias at hs-emden-leer.de>

> *External Email*
> Hello,
> I have two nodes named PSync1 and PSync2. Psync1 is publishing names and
> PSync2 is consuming. I am using FullPsync2017 for doing the synchronization
> between the nodes. Psync2 is sending sync interests for getting the new
> update. But it is getting the same update multiple times. In FullPsync2017
> segment fetcher needs to stop fetching data until it's not getting the
> update. I have checked full-producer.cpp (line 89-91)
> where developers implemented not to send consecutive sync interests because
> if there are new data available in the network it may serve both of
> the interests. But in JNDN this is not implemented probably. I am
> interested to know how I can do this in JNDN?
> Probably I am asking a silly question. But it would be great if someone
> explains.
> Thanks,
> T M Rayhan Gias
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