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Comments for Document: Multi-Server Based Namespace Data Management of Resource Namespace Service
|Author(s):||L. Guo, X. Wang, M. Xu, W. Zhou|
|Public Comment End:||10 Oct, 2009|
Section 2 can go: this is not a specification, and the listed notational conventions are not used AFAICS.
Otherwise, the document looks good, and informational, to me. I did not read it in full detail though.
It's useful to me, and I'm eager to know whether the author has implemented this system.
Will the service stop for long？
Section 1. 'can not' --> cannot
Section 3. Master node section. 'Master node doesn't store' --> 'Master node The master node doesn't store'