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Leeds, United Kingdom
Oct. 2, 2006 to Oct. 4, 2006
ISBN: 0-7695-2677-2
pp: 401-420
F. D. Munoz-Esco , Univ. Politecnica de Valencia Camino de Vera,Spain
J. Pla-Civera , Univ. Politecnica de Valencia Camino de Vera,Spain
M. I. Ruiz-Fuertes , Univ. Politecnica de Valencia Camino de Vera,Spain
L. Irun-Briz , Univ. Politecnica de Valencia Camino de Vera,Spain
H. Decker , Univ. Politecnica de Valencia Camino de Vera,Spain
J. E. Armendariz-Inigo , Univ. Publica de Navarra Campus de Arrosadia, Spain
J. R. Gonzalez de Mendivil , Univ. Publica de Navarra Campus de Arrosadia, Spain
ABSTRACT
Database replication protocols need to detect, block or abort part of conflicting transactions. A possible solution is to check their writesets (and also their readsets in case a serialisable isolation level is requested), which however burdens the consumption of CPU time. This gets even worse when the replication support is provided by a middleware, since there is no direct DBMS support in that layer. We propose and discuss the use of the concurrency control support of the local DBMS for detecting conflicts between local transactions and writesets of remote transactions. This allows to simplify many database replication protocols and to enhance their performance.
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F. D. Munoz-Esco, J. Pla-Civera, M. I. Ruiz-Fuertes, L. Irun-Briz, H. Decker, J. E. Armendariz-Inigo, J. R. Gonzalez de Mendivil, "Managing Transaction Conflicts in Middleware-based Database Replication Architectures", SRDS, 2006, Reliable Distributed Systems, IEEE Symposium on, Reliable Distributed Systems, IEEE Symposium on 2006, pp. 401-420, doi:10.1109/SRDS.2006.29
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