OLTP: Online Transaction Processing Systems
Offers comprehensive in-depth coverage of the design of Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) which has gained increasing importance in today's world of distributed databases and downsized platforms. OLTPs recent introduction in the open systems movement makes it of interest not only in the usual mainframe arena but with UNIX and OSI as well. Includes the theory, design and implementation of OLTP with regard to all current developments in the field.
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Introduction to Transaction Processing
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2PL scheduler abort B-tree before-image block buffer cache checkpoint client program concurrency control algorithms conflict conflict serializability context switching coordinator data granule data log data structures deadlock detection deepest safe node delete described determine distributed transaction entry example executed Figure file system function graph history H implementation insert interface leaf node lock granularity lock list lock manager lock mode lock request lockid log file log record Ltable multicommit transaction MV history node N4 occurs OLTA OLTP system parameter partition performed permanent database pointer primary copy primary key problem protocol read phase reader recovery redo remote procedure call replicated data restart Section serial serializability server processes system crash timeout timestamp timestamp order tion TP system trans transaction commits transaction descriptor transaction processing transaction Tj transaction's TS(Tj two-phase commit protocol undo updates Wj[X writer transaction X/Open
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