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[GNUnet-developers] Same Key - different content

From: leo stone
Subject: [GNUnet-developers] Same Key - different content
Date: Sat, 20 Jun 2009 00:02:06 +0200

I have yet another question. This is more in regard to 
the file system. 

From what i've read it is not clear to me what happens
if different content is inserted under the same keyword.

How does gnunet handle this situation if it encounters a key that exists already? Does it just update?
Or does it store two entries under the same hash.

If i was to insert something with the keys "gnunet" and "network"
and later something with "apache" and "network".

what happens for the "network" entry? what would a search for "network" yield?
would it return both entries or just one?

how about returning replies to such requests, return all results, gaining trust multiple times for just one request?
this couldn't really work since there are routing entries in between that get removed after the first reply.
or just returning the freshest entry? well as i say i lost it a bit here.

Anyway to this, are there already plans or ideas to allow for better search capabilities? 
Exact key words and you'll never find what you are after .... 
Good example for it in the page 3 lines 3 and 10

tx leo

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