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We recently showed for peer-to-peer networks, that having the number of replicas of each object proportional to the request rate for these objects has many per-node advantages. In this paper we complement those results to show that this distribution has network-wide advantages as well. Given these benefits of proportional replication, the next issue is achieving proportional replication in a decentralized manner. We show that local storage management algorithms like LRU automatically achievedoi:10.1109/infocom.2006.132 dblp:conf/infocom/TewariK06 fatcat:vzmh3yr6wrgbbbqfxdowckzsoi