> So it seems there is no mechanism is zookeeper for guaranteeing a read is truly up to date with the leader. Is this true?
ZooKeeper is an eventually consistent system, not an ACID system. So, true.
On Nov 5, 2013, at 11:31 AM, Adrian Osullivan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi everyone! The zk API's sync() method brings the server up to date with the leader. So the next client read should give the up to date value. But in the time between completing the sync and starting the read, another client may have sent an update and the server one is connected to may again lag the leader. So it seems there is no mechanism is zookeeper for guaranteeing a read is truly up to date with the leader. Is this true?
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