Guido Urdaneta

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Corrigendum to Wikipedia workload analysis for decentralized hosting Computer Networks 53 (11) (2009) 1830-1845 (DOI:10.1016/j.comnet.2009.02.019) Computer Networks 2010 0 0
Wikipedia workload analysis for decentralized hosting Workload analysis; Wikipedia; Decentralized hosting; P2P Computer Networks English 2009 We study an access trace containing a sample of Wikipedia’s traffic over a 107-day period aiming to identify appropriate replication and distribution strategies in a fully decentralized hosting environment. We perform a global analysis of the whole trace, and a detailed analysis of the requests directed to the English edition of Wikipedia. In our study, we classify client requests and examine aspects such as the number of read and save operations, significant load variations and requests for nonexisting pages. We also review proposed decentralized wiki architectures and discuss how they would handle Wikipedia’s workload. We conclude that decentralized architectures must focus on applying techniques to efficiently handle read operations while maintaining consistency and dealing with typical issues on decentralized systems such as churn, unbalanced loads and malicious participating nodes. 0 0
A decentralized wiki engine for collaborative Wikipedia hosting Wiki
Collaborative web hosting
WEBIST ’07: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies English 2007 This paper presents the design of a decentralized system for hosting large-scale wiki web sites likeWikipedia, using a collaborative approach. Our design focuses on distributing the pages that compose the wiki across a network of nodes provided by individuals and organizations willing to collaborate in hosting the wiki. We present algorithms for placing the pages so that the capacity of the nodes is not exceeded and the load is balanced, and algorithms for routing client requests to the appropriate nodes. We also address fault tolerance and security issues. 1 0