220.127.116.11. SUMMARY OF RECOVERY PROTOCOLS
inconsistencies due to concurrency.
o The DO-REDO-UNDO log record protocol allows for and
o The write-ahead-log protocol insures that th
o BACKUP_TRANSACTION: undoes the effects of a transaction to an
earlier save point.
o COMMIT_TRANSACTION: signals successful completion of
transaction and causes outputs to be committed.
o ABORT_TRANSACTION: causes undo of a transaction to its initial
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A set may consist of an unordered collection of ordered tuples. For
example, we could imagine the set of all ordered pairs of integers, such
that the first element is the square root of the second element.
o Performance monitor: Keeps statistics about system performance and
o Lock component: maintains the locks (synchronization primitives).
o Recovery manager: implements the notion of transaction COMMIT,
ABORT, and handles system restart.
o Log manag
IF FAIL THEN
PERFORM PHASE 2 COMMIT;
INFORM LAST THAT COMMIT
following gives a picture of a three deep nest:
If a transaction does work at several nodes of a network then it will
require a process structure (cohort) to represent its work at each
participating node. Such a transaction is called distributed.
The following table summarizes the possibilities and
transaction commits (successfully completes), the effects of the
transaction cannot be blindly undone. Rather, to undo a committed
transaction, one must resort to compensation - running a new transaction
that corrects the errors of its predecessor. Compen
DICHOTOMIZE WINNERS AND
REDO THE WINNERS;
END RESTART; It is important that the REDOs occur
before the UNDO (Do you see why (we are assuming page-locking and
high-water marks from log-sequence numbers?)
As it s
Recovery management consists of two components.
o Recovery manager that is responsible for tracking transactions and the
coordination of transaction COMMIT and ABORT, and system
CHECKPOINT and RESTART (see below).
o Log manager that is used by recovery ma
5.8.7. HISTORICAL NOTE ON RECOVERY MANAGEMENT.
Most of my understanding of the topic of recovery derives from the
experience of the IMS developers and from the development of System
Unfortunately, both these groups have been more interested in
Davies, Recovery Semantics for a DB/DC System," Proceedings ACM
National Conference, 1973, pp. 136-141. (The above two companion
papers are the seminal work in the field. Anyone interested in the topic
of software recovery should read them both at least t
A database is a persistent, logically coherent collection of inherently
meaningful data, relevant to some aspects of the real world.
The portion of the real world relevant to the database is sometimes
referred to as the universe of discourse or as the da
Physical System Database
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Relational Database Model
What is a relational database?
a database that treats all of
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Relations as a Database
Codd recognized that many of the files used in computerized
information systems were very similar in structured to tabularized
18.104.22.168. LOG ARCHIVE AND CHANGE ACCUMULATION
When the log is archived, it can be compressed so that it is convenient
for media recovery. For disk objects, log records can be sorted by
cylinder, then track then sector then time. Probably, all the records
Note: Cartesian products may be generated by multiplying any number
of sets together. The actual number of sets involved in a particular case
is said to be the degree or arity of that Cartesian product.
Note: Relations may be of any degree (arity).
maintain data integrity
provide for backup and recovery
allow data independence
provide non-procedural query language
perform automatic query optimization
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A relation, therefore, must always be representable as a subset of some
A Cartesian product pairs every member of the first set with every
member of the second set.
A relation pairs some members of the first set with some members
Starting two sets.
A Cartesian product of two sets can be generated by combining every
member of one set with every member of the other set. This results in a
complete set of ordered pairs, consisting of every possible
and should never be changed. Sometimes none of the candidate keys for
a relation are likely to remain stable over time. Then, an arbitrary
identifier might be created to serve as a primary key. Such arbitrary
keys are also known as surrogate keys.
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An essential attribute of a relation is that every tuple must be
to be a foreign key. Columns containing foreign keys are subject to an
integrity constraint: any value present as a foreign key must also be
present as a primary key.
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