2 edition of Performance study of two phase locking in single-site and distributed database systems found in the catalog.
Performance study of two phase locking in single-site and distributed database systems
Kwok Hung Pun
by Dept. of Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Urbana, Ill
Written in English
|Statement||by Kwok Hung Pun.|
|Series||Report / Department of Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ;, no. UIUCDCS-R-85-1212, Report (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dept. of Computer Science) ;, UIUCDCS-R-85-1212.|
|LC Classifications||QA76 .I4 no.1212, QA76.9.D3 .I4 no.1212|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 197 p. :|
|Number of Pages||197|
|LC Control Number||85622835|
Many applications, such as e-commerce, routinely use copies of data that are not in sync with the database due to heuristic caching strategies used to enhance performance. We study concurrency control for a transactional model that allows update transactions to read out-of-date copies. Page 3 of 4 OR Q. 6 A Explain how the two-phase locking approach used in pessimistic concurrency control is disadvantage in real time system. How can it be modified to overcome the problem? 10 B How are time stamps assigned to transaction so that serialization consistency is .
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Introduction to Database Managment. Then, it looks at distributed database configurations that might be used to support enterprise applications, including options for implementing a distributed data environment and the role of replication in maintaining distributed data. Often, storage device performance is the most limiting factor when. In this case, a coordinator can also block indefinitely if no acknowledgement is received from the participant. This is most likely the reason why systems still use the two-phase commit protocol. Three-phase commit protocol An alternative to the two-phase commit protocol used by many database systems is the three-phase commit.
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The design phase of the distributed database environment holds a vital part in affecting the performance. The Peer-to-Peer architecture gives a great degree of hope to handle the data in an. phase locking, and, particularly, t wo-phase commit protocols) in wide area network-based distributed database systems.
As mentioned before, there is a si gniﬁcant overhead associated with these. Before distributed database systems accessing some part of database, it must adopt a locking mechanism such as each transaction has to obtain a lock. After that part is locked by other transaction, the access request will be block and the transaction who making reauest has to wait.
Two-phase locking will cause the deadlock problem. In term of locking approach, two-phase lock is widely used and purpose for centralized or distributed database system. Before distributed database systems accessing some part of database, it must adopt a locking mechanism such as each transaction has to obtain a lock.
A set of rules that governs how transactions acquire and relinquish locks. Two-phase locking guarantees serializability, but it does not prevent deadlocks. The two-phase locking protocol is divided into two phases: (1) A growing phase occurs when the transaction acquires the locks it needs without unlocking any existing data locks.
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How Does It Compare With Other Forms Of Two-phase Locking. Answer: Rigorous two-phase locking has the advantages of strict 2PL. In addition it has the property that for two conflicting transactions, their commit order is their serializability order.
In some systems users might expect this behavior. Question Most Implementations Of Database. The most commonly used constraint, called two-phase locking (2PL), is expressed as follows.
After a transaction has released a lock, it may not obtain any additional locks. A transaction that follows this rule therefore has two successive phases: in the first phase (growing), it acquires locks; in the second phase (shrinking), it releases locks. Of specific concern is the suitability of the distributed transaction processing mechanisms (i.e., the twophase locking, and, particularly, two-phase commit protocols) in wide area network-based distributed database systems.
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