Camelot: a flexible, distributed transaction processing system

@article{Spector1988CamelotAF,
  title={Camelot: a flexible, distributed transaction processing system},
  author={Alfred Z. Spector and Randy F. Pausch and G. Bruell},
  journal={Digest of Papers. COMPCON Spring 88 Thirty-Third IEEE Computer Society International Conference},
  year={1988},
  pages={432-437}
}
The Camelot Project has constructed a distributed transaction facility intended to support widespread use of transaction processing techniques. Camelot executes on a variety of uni- and multiprocessors on top of the Unix-compatible, Mach operating system. The authors describe the design decisions that make Camelot a flexible, easy-to-use system and briefly describe Camelot's programming interfaces and algorithms. They discuss two applications of Camelot: an implementation of distributed ET-1… CONTINUE READING

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