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  1. Dec 2018
    1. voluntary rollback

      the transaction manager can perform a "voluntary commit"? wouldn't that be something only an application could do?

    1. hosted entirely by one member

      Ah since all data for a replicated region is stored on all members, it follows that a transaction can be run on any member.

      For a partitioned region, a transaction would have to run on the member designated as the primary member for buckets containing the data of interest, I suppose.

    1. does not support on-disk or in-memory durability for transactions

      Hang on, don't the next two paragraphs directly contradict this statement?

    2. two-phase commit

      the distinction between "two-phase locking" and "two-phase commit" is not clear

    1. Create a copy

      boy immutable object sure would be nice here. Even better, persistent data structures!

    2. Modifying a value in place bypasses the entire distribution framework provided by Geode

      I think this applies regardless of the copy-on-read setting. If you need to modify a value (of an entry), you have to modify a copy, and then re-set it via put(k,v) (or some other data-modifying API method)

    3. If you do not have the cache’s copy-on-read attribute set to true

      …should I infer that if I do have copy-on-read set to true, that I can change objects returned from entry access methods?

  2. Nov 2018
    1. Replicated (distributed)

      this makes me think "distributed" is an alias for "replicated". but other doc pages make me think that "distributed" is a superset containing both "replicated" and "partitioned"

    2. Client regions must have region type local

      ?

    1. The main choices are partitioned, replicated, or just distributed. All server regions must be partitioned or replicated

      does this mean that only a client cache, may configure a distributed region that is neither partitioned nor replicated?

    1. To resolve a concurrent update, a Geode member always applies (or keeps) the region entry that has the highest membership ID

      the tie-breaker!

    2. a replicate

      I think this is talking about a distributed region here since the second sentence talks about partitioned ones.

    3. normal

      i.e. data policy == "normal" right? That data policy says:

      • Allows the contents in this cache to differ from other caches.
      • Data that this region is interested in is stored in local memory.
    4. performs conflict checking in the same way as for a replicated region

      If I understand this statement, then we are talking about an update event arriving at a partitioned region (on a peer JVM) or a client region (on a client JVM).

      There are then, three kinds of region that might receive this event, I think:

      1. primary partitioned region
      2. non-primary partitioned region
      3. client region (proxy or caching proxy)

      Seems to me that the conflict checking would differ in those three cases.

    5. non-replicated

      does this mean exactly "partitioned region" here? Or does "non-replicated" mean partitioned regions and client regions?

    6. When a member receives an update

      I think that "receives an update" here means "receives an update event". Contrast that with client code invoking a region update method via the Geode API in a member JVM.

    7. hosts a replicate

      if the region is "non-replicated" then how can the member "(pass) that operation to a member that hosts a replicate"?

  3. Oct 2018
    1. With a redundant partitioned region, if a member that hosts primary buckets fails or is shut down, then a Geode member that hosts a redundant copy of those buckets takes over WAN distribution for those buckets.

      this is talking about failure. does the same behavior hold during rebalancing?

    2. By default gateway sender queues use 5 threads to dispatch queued events.

      Why does Geode burn threads for what is fundamentally an IO-bound process?

    1. highest membership ID

      there must be some reason why this seemingly arbitrary, but deterministic algorithm is beneficial. Ah eventual consistency!

    2. indicates an out-of-order update

      there's that need for synchronized clocks again huh

    3. tombstone

      🗝

    4. it first passes that operation to a member that hosts a replicate

      but wait, this section is about "non-replicated" regions though. I don't get it

    1. local timestamp

      …of the entry?

    2. synchronize their system clocks

      How much clock skew is tolerable?

    3. also

      By "also" is this contrasting regions (distributing updates) to systems distributing updates? It would help if I understood what systems meant above.

      Perhaps "system" means "cluster" and the distinction being made here is between serial and parallel replication?

    4. systems

      Does "system" mean cluster or member here?

    1. Replaces offline members

      huh?

    2. different host IP addresses

      puzzling

    3. available space

      Interesting. So the percentage, not the absolute size, is balanced

    4. gemfire.resource.manager.threads

      Seems like this shouldn't be bound to the concept of a "thread". What if balancing a single region requires multiple threads? What if more than one region can be concurrently rebalanced with a single thread?

    1. Data and event distribution is based on a combination of the peer-to-peer and system-to-system configurations.

      This is a mysterious statement. Should it say "client/server" here instead of system-to-system?

  4. Sep 2018
    1. stream and aggregate the results

      Can I define a "monoidal" function in Geode such that the function can run on each partition in parallel, with results from each partition being aggregated up?

    2. entity groups

      "entity groups" is mentioned in the paragraph (twice) and nowhere else on this page and nowhere in the cited paper (Helland). The paper talks about an "entity" which is a think referenced by a key. I think the "groups" here are actually groups of associations (key+entity). The grouping is based on "data affinity".

    1. which is available to customers

      Why is it available to customers? When would a customer want to use it? When would a customer not want to use it?

  5. Sep 2017
    1. you never let the child do something that isn’t the real thing

      Logo > Minecraft? >> Clash of Clans

      Rocksmith >> Guitar Hero!

    2. I don’t know if you’ve read Kahneman’s Thinking Fast and Slow, but you should look at it

      Grain of salt: Kahneman says "I placed too much faith in underpowered studies (about priming research)".

  6. Apr 2016
    1. I’ve long imagined a standards-based annotation layer for the web

      Me too @jon! Good luck to you!

      PS it seems like it'd be a very small step from open annotation to allowing somebody to produce a chunk of original content (that is not a reference to anything else). Then we're done :)

      :bowtie:

  7. Jun 2015
    1. Properly rewriting all the URLs in the proxied page is a tricky business

      Surely. Look at what happens to HuffPo…

      before:

      HuffPo Original

      and after:

      HuffPo via Hypothes.is proxy

      Notice that the proxied page is missing the "Iowa Straw Poll" photograph. But perhaps more importantly it's missing the Subaru ad.

      As a result, do you think HuffPo would object to the proxied page?

  8. May 2015
    1. Medium's SPA navigation seems to foil Hypothes.is. I got back to your original Medium post by hitting the back button from a couple levels deep in Medium responses. Notice there are no Hypothes.is comment indicators:

      screen shot of Medium article Missing Hypothes.is comment indicator

  9. Mar 2015
  10. my.brainspace.com my.brainspace.com
    1. then the notion of a meditation practice or of mindfulness training, which implies progress toward a future goal, seems at odds with the very concept of

      Revolutionary?

    1. Here’s a presentation at the 2013 Personal Democracy Forum that provides a little more context for our project.

      This is an inspiring talk.