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Introducing Ark: A Consensus Algorithm For TokuMX and MongoDB

Zardosht Kasheff from Tokutek:

Ark is an implementation of a consensus algorithm (also known as elections) similar to Paxos and Raft that we are working on to handle replica set elections and failovers in TokuMX. It has many similarities to Raft, but also has some big differences.

The paper is unfortunately not very readable as it’s constructed as “the patched version of the current protocol”.

via: http://www.tokutek.com/2014/07/introducing-ark-a-consensus-algorithm-for-tokumx-and-mongodb/