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It chooses the server with biggest ID number as the leader if all the zxid are the same. Then leader’s epoch plus 1 and updates the quorum to the n/2 . The leader election ﬁnishes and then turns to the registration procedure (3). (3) Server registration (3-1) Learner sends registration request that includes information about the zxid and version to leader. (3-2) Leader receives the registration request from learner and replies its own zxid to the learner. (3-3) Learner replies the data synchronization type including OK, SN AP , T RU N C, and DIF F to leader after comparing its own zxid with leader’s zxid.
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In particular, at time t = 0, we suppose that clause 0 a sends a warning message to variable i with probability ηa→i , and a message 0 without a warning with probability 1 − ηa→i . After receiving all messages from clauses in C(i)\a, variable i sends a particular symbol to clause a, which indicates that it cannot satisfy (“u”), that it can satisfy (“s”), or that it is indiﬀerent (“*”) depending on what messages it received from the other clauses. The following are the four cases: 1. If variable i receives a warning from Cau (i) and no warning from Cas (i), then it cannot satisfy a and sends a “u” message.