An Algorithm for Concurrency Control and Recovery in Replicated Distributed Databases

@article{Bernstein1984AnAF,
  title={An Algorithm for Concurrency Control and Recovery in Replicated Distributed Databases},
  author={Philip A. Bernstein and Nathan Goodman},
  journal={ACM Trans. Database Syst.},
  year={1984},
  volume={9},
  pages={596-615}
}
In a one-copy distributed database, each data item is stored at exactly one site. In a replicated database, some data items may be stored at multiple sites. The main motivation is improved reliability: by storing important data at multiple sites, the DBS can operate even though some sites have failed. This paper describes an algorithm for handling replicated data, which allows users to operate on data so long as one copy is “available.” A copy is “available” when (i) its site is up, and (ii… CONTINUE READING

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