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Re: Lock-free databases

From: Joachim Pense <spam-collector_at_pense-online.de>
Date: Sat, 05 Nov 2005 13:59:18 +0100
Message-ID: <dkiaao$r43$05$1@news.t-online.com>


VC:

>
> In MVTSO, a data item in addition to the transaction timestamp that
> created
> the item has a read timestamp. In this model reads always succeed, and
> writes are rejected and restarted if their timestamp is smaller than the
> data item read timestamp.

What does "restarted" mean here? Can that mean "automatically", or does it just mean "rejected and reconsidered by the application if the write should still be done"?

Joachim Received on Sat Nov 05 2005 - 06:59:18 CST

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