[ndnSIM] [Nfd-dev] NFD Development - Content Store
Dave Oran (oran)
oran at cisco.com
Thu Jan 8 08:49:24 PST 2015
> On Jan 8, 2015, at 8:09 AM, Lixia Zhang <lixia at cs.ucla.edu> wrote:
>> On Jan 8, 2015, at 1:39 AM, L.Zeynalvand <zeynalvand at ce.sharif.edu> wrote:
>> Thank you Alex,
>> Actually my thesis is decentralized social networking using named data, in which people's private social content is hosted right from their homes, having a part of the content store persistent is crucial for me. I'll work on the NFD code and let you know the results.
>> Leonid Zeynalvand
>> M.Sc Information Technology
>> Sharif University of Technology
> Personally I would suggest you look into ndn repo for persistent storage
I think there are two independent capabilities here:
1. A “repo” as a robust storage service to applications who want to be able to go quiet or stop running without the authoritative published data under their control becoming inaccessible.
2. A performance/robustness feature of a cache such that its content survive a disruption due to a power failure, reboot, etc.
We tend to use the term “persistent storage" for both of these - I would argue they are conceptually different but could be achieved by similar or the same storage service features used by the NDN software.
>> On 07.01.2015 23:22, Alex Afanasyev wrote:
>>> Hi Leonid,
>>> There is nfd-dev at lists.cs.ucla.edu mailing list for discussions
>>> specificaly about NFD development (cc'ed here).
>>> I saw your question on ndn-interest mailing list and it didn't strike
>>> me as directly related to NFD :)
>>> Theoretically, if you want, you can make it persistent. If you're
>>> asking about the current code, then we don't have that capability and
>>> you're welcome to contribute it.
>>>> On Jan 7, 2015, at 3:45 AM, L.Zeynalvand <zeynalvand at ce.sharif.edu> wrote:
>>>> Hi, is there a specific mailing list to post questions regarding NFD Development? If not, I would appreciate if you help me out with this.
>>>> Is there a way to make the Content Store persistent? By persistent I don't mean no cache replacement, what I mean is that if for any reason we power off the router and then power back on, whatever there was in content store remain intact. (consider the router is an end user home wifi)
>>>> Leonid Zeynalvand
>>>> M.Sc Information Technology
>>>> Sharif University of Technology
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