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Re: Lock-free databases

From: VC <boston103_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Sat, 5 Nov 2005 08:18:44 -0500
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"Joachim Pense" <spam-collector_at_pense-online.de> wrote in message news:dkiaao$r43$05$1_at_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"?

The standard MVTSO model implies automatic restart.

>
> Joachim
Received on Sat Nov 05 2005 - 07:18:44 CST

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