Changeset 54043


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Jul 19, 2009, 5:53:23 PM (10 years ago)
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portindex@…
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Total number of ports parsed: 5937
Ports successfully parsed: 5937
Ports failed: 0

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    54105410variants universal depends_build {lib:libexpat:expat lib:libz:zlib} portdir net/madflute description {Implementation of FLUTE - File Delivery over Unidirectional Transport} homepage http://www.atm.tut.fi/mad/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name madflute maintainers nomaintainer long_description {MAD-FLUTE is an implementation of FLUTE - File Delivery over Unidirectional Transport (IETF draft). FLUTE is a protocol for the unidirectional delivery of files over the Internet, which is { particularly} suited to multicast networks. FLUTE builds on Asyncronous { Layered} Coding (ALC), the base protocol designed for massively { scalable} multicast distribution (RFC 3450).} categories net version 0.9 revision 0
    54115411makuosan 1508
    5412 variants {server universal} portdir net/makuosan description {Makuosan(MAKUO for short) is a software which transfer files to multiple servers simultaneously using UDP multicast.} homepage http://lab.klab.org/wiki/Makuosan epoch 0 platforms darwin name makuosan depends_lib port:openssl long_description {Makuosan(MAKUO for short) is a software which transfer files to multiple servers simultaneously using UDP multicast. (MAKUO consists of makuosan daemon and command line utility msync. The makuosan should be run on every server in a cluster. The makuo talk to makuosan daemon.) MAKUO has following {features;} Scalability: The time required to transfer files to multiple servers does not depend on the number of the target servers. It takes almost as same amount of time to transfer files to 20 servers as it does to 10 servers. However, it is desirable to use MAKUO among servers with similar performance, because transfer speed is limited by the slowest server. Simultaneous update on every server. The makuosan transfers files simultaneously using IP multicast. Therefore, there should not be any out of sync server. Simple configuration: Each makuosan daemon maintains available server list by periodically checking existence of other makuosan daemons on different servers. The makuosan transfers files only to those servers where makuosan daemon is also alive. Therefore, it never stalls waiting for a dead server, or timeouts.} maintainers gmail.com:naoya.n categories net version 1.1.3 revision 0
     5412variants {server universal} portdir net/makuosan description {Makuosan(MAKUO for short) is a software which transfer files to multiple servers simultaneously using UDP multicast.} homepage http://lab.klab.org/wiki/Makuosan epoch 0 platforms darwin name makuosan depends_lib port:openssl long_description {Makuosan(MAKUO for short) is a software which transfer files to multiple servers simultaneously using UDP multicast. (MAKUO consists of makuosan daemon and command line utility msync. The makuosan should be run on every server in a cluster. The makuo talk to makuosan daemon.) MAKUO has following {features;} Scalability: The time required to transfer files to multiple servers does not depend on the number of the target servers. It takes almost as same amount of time to transfer files to 20 servers as it does to 10 servers. However, it is desirable to use MAKUO among servers with similar performance, because transfer speed is limited by the slowest server. Simultaneous update on every server. The makuosan transfers files simultaneously using IP multicast. Therefore, there should not be any out of sync server. Simple configuration: Each makuosan daemon maintains available server list by periodically checking existence of other makuosan daemons on different servers. The makuosan transfers files only to those servers where makuosan daemon is also alive. Therefore, it never stalls waiting for a dead server, or timeouts.} maintainers gmail.com:naoya.n categories net version 1.2.1 revision 0
    54135413maradns 400
    54145414variants {authonly universal} portdir net/maradns description {DNS server supporting authoritative, recursive and caching DNS} homepage http://www.maradns.org/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name maradns long_description {MaraDNS is a fully functional DNS server supporting authoritative DNS, recursive DNS, and caching DNS.} maintainers {boeyms openmaintainer} categories net version 1.2.12.09 revision 0
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