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dc.contributor.authorMadria, Sanjay Kumar-
dc.contributor.authorMaheshwari, S N-
dc.contributor.authorChandra, B-
dc.contributor.authorBhargava, Bharat-
dc.identifier.citationThe Journal of Systems and Software, 55(2), 151-165en
dc.description.abstractIn this paper, we present an open and safe nested transaction model. We discuss the concurrency control and recovery algorithms for our model. Our nested transaction model uses the notion of a recovery point subtransaction in the nested transaction tree. It incorporates a prewrite operation before each write operation to increase the potential concurrency. Our transaction model is termed ``open and safe'' as prewrites allow early reads (before writes are performed on disk) without cascading aborts. The systems restart and buffer management operations are also modeled as nested transactions to exploit possible concurrency during restart. The concurrency control algorithm proposed for database operations is also used to control concurrent recovery operations. We have given a snapshot of complete transaction processing, data structures involved and, building the restart state in case of crash recovery.en
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dc.subjectopen and safe nested transaction modelen
dc.subjectour nested transaction modelen
dc.subjectnested transactionen
dc.subjectour transaction modelen
dc.subjectopen and safeen
dc.subjectnested transactionsen
dc.titleAn open and safe nested transaction model: concurrency and recoveryen
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