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CS514: Intermediate Course in Computer Systems

CS514: Intermediate Course in Computer Systems

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CS514: IntermediateCourse in Computer Systems
Lecture 25: Nov 17, 2003
Peer-to-peer protocols for file and data replication: file sharing” 
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P2P file sharing
File sharing dominates traffic usagefor University of Washington
Recent study, presented recently atCornell by Hank Levy
Kazaa
This is a recent sea change, so P2Pphenomenon worth looking at
 
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File sharing is nothing new
Has been going on over IRC (Internet RelayChat) for years
Chat groups focusing on certain artists or genres
Upload servers were popular for a while
Users would upload (FTP) a song
This allowed them to download N songs
Performance typically sucked
The record industry shut these down
In all the above it took user effort to findwhat was wanted
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Napster changed everything
Central search engine, but peer-to-peer file transfer 
160+ search engines at peek
User attaches to one of them
Engine would index collections of its own active users
Search on a given engine returned results from thatengine
Unless not enough results, then would ask other engines
This is what I understand from Saroiu et.al. U-Washmeasurement paper 
Peer-to-peer file transfer improved scalability
 
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Napster problem
As we all know, the problem withNapster is that it is a single point of litigation
Gnutella designed as a lawyer-resilient Napster 
Nothing more, nothing less (in myopinion)
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In the meanwhile…
Ian Clarke (Edinburgh, 1999*) wasthinking about P2P from an anonymityperspective
He was interested in free speech
Whistleblowers, political dissent, etc.
Ian designed Freenet as a classproject
Freenet is not so much file sharing asit is a publishing medium
* Before Gnutella

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