BAR Gossip Experiment

This experiment is part of the Byzantine Fault Tolerance and Beyond project, which seeks to improve system security and robustness by building distributed services that tolerate buggy, selfish, or malicious nodes.

This experiment evaluates under real network conditions (including variable bandwidth, scheduling delays, and geographic locality) a new BAR Gossip protocol that will be described in a paper at the 2006 Operating Systems Design and Implementation conference. This experiment should not send traffic to any nodes that are not part of this experiment. If you believe this experiment is improperly sending traffic to your nodes, please contact Edmund Wong