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Distributed storage systems are the key infrastructures for hosting the user data of large-scale Online Social Networks (OSNs). The amount of inter-server communication is an important scalability indicator for these systems. Data partitioning and replication are two inter-related issues affecting the inter-server traffic caused by user-initiated read and write operations. This paper investigates the problem of minimizing the total inter-server traffic among a cluster of OSN servers throughdoi:10.1109/icdcs.2015.30 dblp:conf/icdcs/TangTY15 fatcat:yd5jg5qohzbg3nodt6qvnlytja