An Open Commit Protocol Preserving Consistency in the Presence of Commission Failures

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The great majority of the proposed commit protocols, including the ones being subject to standanlization, assume that all participants of a transaction are "sane", i.e. they only fail with omission failures and eventually recovel: Unfortunately, this assumption is not realistic for Open Distributed Systems (ODs), which can be divided into a trusted and non… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ICDCS.1993.287711

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@inproceedings{Rothermel1993AnOC, title={An Open Commit Protocol Preserving Consistency in the Presence of Commission Failures}, author={Kurt Rothermel}, booktitle={ICDCS}, year={1993} }