CORD-1583 More bug fixes in dual-ToR scenarios

 - reentrant lock was not being used correctly
 - fixHashGroup in group handler was not updating global store correctly
 - linkUp was not being noted in seenLinks if configuration came after switches connected
 - serialization error in global objective store due to missing kryo for Sets
 - damaged routepath computation was not taking pair-devs into account
 - switch failures were leading to improper ecmpSpg graph updates, and missed hash-group changes
 - implemented more next-objective verification as group sub-system can go out-of-sync with objective-store

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ONOS : Open Network Operating System

What is ONOS?

ONOS is a new SDN network operating system designed for high availability, performance, scale-out.

Top-Level Features

  • High availability through clustering and distributed state management.
  • Scalability through clustering and sharding of network device control.
  • Performance that is good for a first release, and which has an architecture that will continue to support improvements.
  • Northbound abstractions for a global network view, network graph, and application intents.
  • Pluggable southbound for support of OpenFlow and new or legacy protocols.
  • Graphical user interface to view multi-layer topologies and inspect elements of the topology.
  • REST API for access to Northbound abstractions as well as CLI commands.
  • CLI for debugging.
  • Support for both proactive and reactive flow setup.
  • SDN-IP application to support interworking with traditional IP networks controlled by distributed routing protocols such as BGP.
  • IP-Optical use case demonstration.

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