Improving Transaction-Time DBMS Performance and Functionality

  title={Improving Transaction-Time DBMS Performance and Functionality},
  author={David B. Lomet and Feifei Li},
  journal={2009 IEEE 25th International Conference on Data Engineering},
Immortal DB is a transaction time database system that is built into a commercial database system rather than being layered on top. This enables it to have performance that is very close to the performance of an unversioned current time database system. Achieving such competitive performance is essential for wide acceptance of this temporal functionality. In this paper we describe further performance improvements in two critical dimensions. First Immortal DB range search performance is improved… CONTINUE READING
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