Database Replication (Synthesis Lectures on Data Management) by Bettina Kemme, Ricardo Jiménez Peris, Marta Patiño-Martínez,

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By Bettina Kemme, Ricardo Jiménez Peris, Marta Patiño-Martínez, M. Tamer Özsu

Database replication is widespread for fault-tolerance, scalability and function. The failure of 1 database reproduction doesn't cease the process from operating as on hand replicas can take over the initiatives of the failed copy. Scalability should be completed via dispensing the weight throughout all replicas, and including new replicas should still the burden bring up. ultimately, database replication gives you speedy neighborhood entry, whether consumers are geographically disbursed consumers, if info copies can be found just about consumers. regardless of its merits, replication isn't a simple strategy to follow, and there are various hurdles to beat. on the vanguard is copy keep an eye on: assuring that information copies stay constant whilst updates ensue. There exist many choices in regard to the place updates can ensue and whilst alterations are propagated to information copies, how alterations are utilized, the place the replication instrument is found, and so on. a selected problem is to mix reproduction keep watch over with transaction administration because it calls for a number of operations to be handled as a unmarried logical unit, and it offers atomicity, consistency, isolation and sturdiness around the replicated process. The e-book presents a categorization of copy regulate mechanisms, provides numerous reproduction and concurrency keep an eye on mechanisms intimately, and discusses the various concerns that come up whilst such ideas have to be carried out inside or on most sensible of relational database structures. desk of Contents: evaluate / 1-Copy-Equivalence and Consistency / easy Protocols / Replication structure / The Scalability of Replication / keen Replication and 1-Copy-Serializability / 1-Copy-Snapshot Isolation / Lazy Replication / Self-Configuration and Elasticity / different elements of Replication

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In contrast, middleware systems introduce a level of indirection, leading to more messages in the system. However, middleware and database replica typically remain in the same local area network where this additional message overhead has relatively little impact. Disadvantages of kernel based replication. The blessing of kernel based replication, namely the large optimization potential, is also its curse. If replica control is too tightly interwoven with concurrency control or the processing of records, any change in their implementation will likely directly affect the replication module.

In contrast, at R B , T1 ’s write operation on x is not executed, as the timestamp is smaller than the local timestamp. At the end, both copies of x have the value written by T2 . Transactional properties are no longer guaranteed. 6, T1 ’s client receives a commit confirmation, but its update was not committed at R B due to the conflict resolution. 1-copy-atomicity is violated. Even partial results could remain. Conflict resolution is typically done on a per-object basis. Assume an extended example where T1 and T2 do not only update x but also y.

Clearly, such writeset creation can only be done in the database kernel. However, it would not be difficult to expose the functionality to the outside. And here comes the gray-box approach into play. Let us have a closer look at the options. • SQL writeset. The writeset could be created as a list of simple SQL update, insert and delete statements where each statement writes exactly one record. Thus, instead of having complex SQL WHERE clauses, the reference is always only to the primary key. If the database allows the middleware to retrieve such a writeset, then applying the writeset at remote replicas simply means sending the individual SQL statements.

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