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This paper re-evaluates the performance of the EPaxos consensus protocol for geo-replication and proposes an enhancement that uses synchronized clocks to reduce operation latency. The benchmarking approach used for the original EPaxos evaluation does not trigger or measure the full impact of conflict behavior on system performance. Our re-evaluation confirms the original claim that EPaxos provides optimal median commit latency in a WAN, but it shows much worse tail latency than previouslydblp:conf/nsdi/TollmanPO21 fatcat:vtcoanamxjhltoop4d6lxu5h6y