Distributed Logging for Transaction Processing

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Increased interest in using workstations and small processors for distributed transaction processing raises the question of how to implement the logs needed for transaction recovery. Although logs can be implemented with data written to duplexed disks on each processing node, this paper argues there are advantages if log data is written to multiple <italic… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/38713.38728

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@inproceedings{Daniels1987DistributedLF, title={Distributed Logging for Transaction Processing}, author={Dean S. Daniels and Alfred Z. Spector and Dean S. Thompson}, booktitle={SIGMOD Conference}, year={1987} }