[ndnSIM] [Nfd-dev] NFD Development - Content Store

L.Zeynalvand zeynalvand at ce.sharif.edu
Mon Jan 12 08:03:24 PST 2015

On 09.01.2015 07:02, Lixia Zhang wrote:
>> On Jan 8, 2015, at 8:49 AM, Dave Oran (oran) <oran at cisco.com> wrote:
>>> 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.
>>>> Regards,
>>>> --
>>>> 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.
>> DaveO.
> you are absolutely right that these are two separate issues.
> From Leonid's msg, I just guessed that he might meant a managed
> storage service, i.e. your first one. But I should have clarified,
> thanks for pointing out.
> Lixia

Thank you Dave for your consideration,
Actually the first one was exactly what I needed.
Leonid Zeynalvand
M.Sc Information Technology
Sharif University of Technology

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