PDF | Outline In this article, we discuss the fundamentals of distributed DBMS technology. We address the data distribution and architectural design issues as. Distributed Processing: A centralized database, which may be accessed from Distributed DBMS (DDBMS) consists of a collection of sites, each of which. Database System Concepts. Chapter Distributed Databases. ▫ Heterogeneous and Homogeneous Databases. ▫ Distributed Data Storage. ▫ Distributed.
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CompSci Database Systems. Lecture Distributed DBMS. Instructor: Sudeepa Roy. 1. Duke CS, Fall CompSci Database Systems. systems have become an important and interesting architectural alternative to classical distributed database systems. Although the early distributed database. Distributed Database Systems discusses the recent and emerging technologies in the field of distributed database technology. The mainstream areas of.
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Benefits of Data Fragmentation 5. Correctness Rules for Data Fragmentation 5. Different Types of Fragmentation Horizontal fragmentation Vertical fragmentation Mixed fragmentation Derived fragmentation No fragmentation 5.
The Allocation of Fragments 5.
Transparencies in Distributed Database Design 5. Data Distribution Transparency 5. Transaction Transparency 5. Performance Transparency 5. Multiple choice questions Review Questions 6. Introduction 6. Peer-to-Peer Distributed System 6.
Distributed Data Independence 6. Distributed Transaction Management 7. Basic Concepts of Transaction Management 7.
Objectives of Distributed Transaction Management 7. Distributed Concurrency Control 8. Objectives of Distributed Concurrency Control 8. Concurrency Control Anomalies 8.
Distributed Database Systems
Distributed Serializability 8. Classification of Concurrency Control Techniques 8. Locking-based Concurrency Control Protocols 8.
Centralized 2PL 8. Primary Copy 2PL 8. Distributed 2PL 8. Majority Locking Protocol 8. Biased Protocol 8.
Principles of Distributed Database Systems, Third Edition
Quorum Consensus Protocol 8. Timestamp-Based Concurrency Control Protocols 8. Conservative TO Algorithm 8.
Multi-version TO Algorithm 8. Distributed Deadlock Management 9. Introduction to Deadlock 9.
Distributed Deadlock Prevention 9. Distributed Deadlock Avoidance 9. Distributed Deadlock Detection and Recovery 9.
Centralized Deadlock Detection 9. Hierarchical Deadlock Detection 9. Distributed Deadlock Detection 9. Distributed Recovery Management Introduction to Recovery Management Failures in a Distributed Database System Steps Followed after a Failure Local Recovery Protocols Immediate Modification Technique Shadow Paging Checkpointing and Cold Restart Distributed Recovery Protocols Network Partition Pessimistic Protocols Distributed Query Processing Concepts of Query Processing A homogeneous distributed database has identical software and hardware running all databases instances, and may appear through a single interface as if it were a single database.
A heterogeneous distributed database may have different hardware, operating systems, database management systems, and even data models for different databases. Homogeneous Distributed Databases Management System[ edit ] In homogeneous distributed database, all sites have identical software and are aware of each other and agree to cooperate in processing user requests.
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Each site surrenders part of its autonomy in terms of right to change schema or software. A homogeneous DBMS appears to the user as a single system. The homogeneous system is much easier to design and manage. The following conditions must be satisfied for homogeneous database: The data structures used at each location must be same or compatible.
The database application or DBMS used at each location must be same or compatible. See also: Heterogeneous database system In a heterogeneous distributed database, different sites may use different schema and software.
Difference in schema is a major problem for query processing and transaction processing. Sites may not be aware of each other and may provide only limited facilities for cooperation in transaction processing. Different computers and operating systems, database applications or data models may be used at each of the locations. For example, one location may have the latest relational database management technology, while another location may store data using conventional files or old version of database management system.
Heterogeneous systems are usually used when individual sites use their own hardware and software.Distributed Authorization Control Functional Dependencies 1. Difficult to maintain integrity — but in a distributed database, enforcing integrity over a network may require too much of the network's resources to be feasible Inexperience — distributed databases are difficult to work with, and in such a young field there is not much readily available experience in "proper" practice Lack of standards — there are no tools or methodologies yet to help users convert a centralized DBMS into a distributed DBMS[ citation needed ] Database design more complex — In addition to traditional database design challenges, the design of a distributed database has to consider fragmentation of data, allocation of fragments to specific sites and data replication Additional software is required Operating system should support distributed environment Concurrency control poses a major issue.
In exceptional and well documented circumstances e. The book gives implementers guidance on hiding discrepancies across systems and creating the illusion of a single repository for users.
Evolution of Distributed Database System 2. A Examinations Bibliography. See also: Heterogeneous database system In a heterogeneous distributed database, different sites may use different schema and software.
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