AN!Wiki :: Grid quorum
A Grid Quorum system is one where the nodes (n) in the cluster are arranged in an k^2 arrangement. Quorum is determined by having all nodes in one horizontal row plus at least one node from each row below it.
Here is an example of a 25-node cluster in a 5 x 5 grid;
An example of this grid having quorum would be votes from;
To learn more, please see:
- Principles of Distributed Computing (pdf) by Christian Cachin.
- The Quorum Deployment Problem (ppt) by Seth Gilbert and Grzegorz Malewicz.
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