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A Distributed Lock Manager Using Paxos : Design and Implementation of Warlock, a Consensus Based Lock Manager

@inproceedings{Yethadka2013ADL,
  title={A Distributed Lock Manager Using Paxos : Design and Implementation of Warlock, a Consensus Based Lock Manager},
  author={Sukumar Yethadka},
  year={2013}
}
Locking primitives are one of the mechanisms used by distributed systems to synchronize access to shared data or to serialize their actions. Depending on the design, the locking service may constit ... 
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