Thank you very much for the quick answer, Patrick.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Patrick Hunt [mailto:ph...@apache.org]
> Sent: Dienstag, 14. Juli 2009 18:28
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Read-your-writes consistency?
> Yes, this is a strong guarantee:
> Sync is only necessary if client A makes a change, then
> client B wishes to read that change with guarantee that it
> will see the successfully applied change previously made by A
> (this is typically only an issue if A & B communicate through
> some non-zk channel, such as direct socket connection btw A & B).
> Marc Frei wrote:
> > Dear ZooKeeper users,
> > a short question about ZooKeeper's consistency model:
> > Does ZooKeeper support "read-your-writes consistency"? E.g., after
> > having created a node, will the same client always find the newly
> > created node via getChildren? If yes, is this specified
> behavior the
> > client can rely on? Or is it better to always call sync in order to
> > enforce consistency?
> > Thanks in advance and kind regards,
> > Marc