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Douglas E Jewett, Tom Bereiter, Brian Vetter, Randall G Banton, Richard W Cutts Jr, Donald C Westbrook deceased, Kyran W Fey Jr, John Pozdro, Kenneth C Debacker, Nikhil A Mehta: Fault-tolerant computer system with online recovery and reintegration of redundant components. Tandem Computers Incorporated, Graham & James, March 15, 1994: US05295258 (160 worldwide citation)

A computer system in a fault-tolerant configuration employs multiple identical CPUs executing the same instruction stream, with multiple, identical memory modules in the address space of the CPUs storing duplicates of the same data. The system detects faults in the CPUs and memory modules, and place ...


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Douglas E Jewett, Tom Bereiter, Brian Vetter: Fault-tolerant computer system with /CONFIG filesystem. Tandem Computers Incorporated, Graham & James, July 5, 1994: US05327553 (142 worldwide citation)

A fault-tolerant computer system employs a pseudo-filesystem to dynamically manage the hardware components. A directory which appears as a standard, hierarchical directory in this filesystem contains a file for each component; each file maps to either a hardware component or a software module. The p ...


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Douglas E Jewett, Tom Bereiter, Bryan Vetter, Randall G Banton, Richard W Cutts Jr, Donald C Westbrook, Krayn W Fey Jr, John Posdro, Kenneth C Debacker, Nikhil A Mehta: Fault-tolerant computer system with online recovery and reintegration of redundant components. Compaq Computer Corporation, Fenwick & West, July 17, 2001: US06263452 (98 worldwide citation)

A computer system in a fault-tolerant configuration employees multiple identical CPUs executing the same instruction stream, with multiple, identical memory modules in the address space of the CPUs storing duplicates of the same data. The system detects faults in the CPUs and memory modules, and pla ...


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Douglas E Jewett, Tom Bereiter, Bryan Vetter, Randall G Banton, Richard W Cutts Jr, Donald C Westbrook deceased, Krayn W Fey Jr, John Posdro, Kenneth C DeBacker, Nikhil A Mehta: Fault-tolerant computer system with online recovery and reintegration of redundant components. Compaq Computer Corporation, Fenwick & West, June 6, 2000: US06073251 (60 worldwide citation)

A computer system in a fault-tolerant configuration employs multiple identical CPUs executing the same instruction stream, with multiple, identical memory modules in the address space of the CPUs storing duplicates of the same data. The system detects faults in the CPUs and memory modules, and place ...