• Journal of Internet Computing and Services
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Design of Hybrid Group Update Protocol for Replica Consistency


, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 2, No. 5, pp. 71-80, Dec. 2001
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Abstract

Replication in distributed databases is to improve efficiency, availability, and autonomy, But applying the strict consistency in real systems is very difficult. In this paper, I introduce a hybrid protocol permitting group update through eager update propagation and weakening consistency through lazy update, This protocol manages replica version number for the group update consistency and generates partially ordered replica spanning tree for the serializability of lazy update transactions. It preserves weak consistency by combining synchronous and asynchronous update mechanism. Study of performance analysis for the efficiency of the protocol be included in next paper.


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[APA Style]
(2001). Design of Hybrid Group Update Protocol for Replica Consistency. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 2(5), 71-80.

[IEEE Style]
, "Design of Hybrid Group Update Protocol for Replica Consistency," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 2, no. 5, pp. 71-80, 2001.

[ACM Style]
. 2001. Design of Hybrid Group Update Protocol for Replica Consistency. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 2, 5, (2001), 71-80.