In a distributed system, achieving synchronization and consistency among nodes is crucial to ensure that each node has the most up-to-date data. This is particularly important when new data is updated on one node, as discrepancies can arise if other nodes are not promptly informed.
To address this challenge, a node-to-node sync mechanism is implemented. This mechanism typically involves a data sharing interface that periodically checks for new data and facilitates its dissemination across all nodes in the network.
This concept is implemented in our Linktree tutorial.