FIVE: A Real-Time Commit Protocol

In recent years, numerous commit protocols have been proposed for the lending of prepared data to the borrower in its commit phase to overcome the problem of data inaccessibility, but few of these considered the fruitful borrowing of this data. In this paper, the authors have proposed a new commit protocol for Distributed Real Time Database Systems (DRTDBS) by investigating lender borrower relation in detail and also considered such systems which have combination of many non-healthy borrowers and super-healthy borrowers. Fruitful lending of Incredible Value added data without Extending abort chain (FIVE), which considered all types of borrowers and lend the data in a fruitful way and solve the problem of higher kill percentage of transactions and they categorized the borrower cohorts as commit and abort dependent.

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Applications Topic: Data Management Date Added: Jan 2011 Format: PDF

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