Towards a better distributed database model..
David.Kessens at ripe.net David.Kessens at ripe.net
Fri Jul 14 17:58:25 CEST 1995
> Antonio_Blasco Bonito writes : > > that the authoritative registry for a certain object is in practice > the registry where the object's maintainer is registered. I think it > should be expressed more clearly. Something like: > [...] > When a user sends an update to a registry, that registry will > forward it to the registry which is authoritative for the object > (i.e. the registry specified in the object's maintainer entry). > [...] Yes, this is more clear ... > > and a proposal: > > since the objects returned upon request by certain registry are > actually data received by neighbor registries through some "distribution > path" why not recycling the source attribute (or invent a new one) to > keep track of that path? I'm prettu sure that this information may > prove useful. I agree, we should keep this information, but we could better use another name then 'source' to avoid confusion. David Kessens RIPE NCC ----- >
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