Recovery for transaction failures in object-based databases
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摘要A set of recoverability theory is derived in this paper for object-based databases. Instead of considering serializability and recoverability as two orthogonal concepts, we simply keep serializability as the only correctness criterion and require serializability to be maintained even when failures of transactions may occur. Based on this fundamental notion of correctness, the definition of recoverability is derived. The recoverability theory derived in this way is a generalization of the traditional recoverability theory in the read/write model. In addition, we find that the set of strict histories depends on the strength of the inverse operations being used to cancel the effects of aborted operations. At one extreme, when the strongest inverse operations are used, the set of strict histories is the same as the set of avoid cascading aborts histories. At the other extreme, when the weakest inverse operations are used, the set of strict histories is the same as the set of rigorous histories.
著者Wong Man Hon
會議名稱Proceedings of the 1996 15th ACM SIGACT-SIGMOD-SIGART Symposium on Principles of Database Systems, PODS
會議開始日03.06.1996
會議完結日05.06.1996
會議地點Montreal, Can
會議國家/地區加拿大
出版年份1996
月份1
日期1
頁次139 - 149
語言英式英語

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