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A Tale of Many Networks: Splitting and Merging of Chord-like Overlays in Partitioned Networks

Author(s): Tobias Amft, Kalman Graffi.
Title: A Tale of Many Networks: Splitting and Merging of Chord-like Overlays in Partitioned Networks
Published: Technical Report TR-2017-001, Technology of Social Networks Group, Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf, Germany, September 2017
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Abstract: Peer-to-peer overlays define an approach to operatedata management platforms, which are robust against censorshipattempts from countries or large enterprises. The robustnessof such overlays is endangered in the presence of nationalInternet isolations, such as it was the case in recent years duringpolitical revolutions. In this paper, we focus on splits and, withstronger emphasis, on the merging of ring-based overlays inthe presence of network partitioning in the underlying Internetdue to various reasons. We present a new merging algorithmnamed Ring Reunion Algorithm and point out how to reducethe amount of messages both in separated and united overlaystates. The algorithm is parallelized for an accelerated mergingand able to automatically detect overlay partitioning and tostart corresponding merging processes. We evaluated throughsimulations the new Ring Reunion Algorithm in its simple andparallelized form in comparison to plain Chord, Chord-Zip andtwo versions of the Ring Unification Algorithm. Evaluation showsthat only our parallelized Ring Reunion Algorithm allows tomerge two, three and more isolated overlay networks in parallel.Our approach quickly merges the overlays, even under churn,and stabilizes the node contacts in the overlay with small trafficoverhead.
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