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Recent work has demonstrated a peer-to-peer storage system that locates data objects using O¢ logN£ messages by placing objects on nodes according to pseudo-randomly chosen IDs. While elegant, this approach constrains system functionality and flexibility: files are immutable, directories and symbolic names are not supported, data location is fixed, and access locality is not exploited. This paper presents Mammoth, a peer-to-peer, hierarchical file system that, unlike alternative approaches,doi:10.1109/reldis.2002.1180203 dblp:conf/srds/BrodskyBPGFH02 fatcat:rs2a4domzbbetbidbiqwhi4634