Gupta, Ramesh and Haritsa, Jayant and Ramamritham, Krithi and Seshadri, S (1996) Commit Processing in Distributed Real-Time Database Systems. In: 17th IEEE Real- Time Systems Symposium, 4-6 December, 1996, Washington, DC. USA, pp. 220-229.
We investigate here the performance implications of supporting transaction atomicity in a distributed real-time database system. Using a detailed simulation model of a firm-deadline distributed real-time database system, we profile the real-time performance of a representative set of commit protocols. A new commit protocol that is designed for the real-time domain and allows transactions to "optimistically" read uncommitted data is also proposed and evaluated, The experimental results show that data distribution has a significant influence on the real-time performance and that the choice of commit protocol clearly affects the magnitude of this injluence. Among the protocols evaluated, the new optimistic commit protocol provides the best performance for a variety of workloads and system configurations.
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|Department/Centre:||Division of Information Sciences > Supercomputer Education & Research Centre|
|Date Deposited:||25 Aug 2008|
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