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Experimental Assessment of COTS DBMS Robustness under Transient Faults

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Experimental Assessment of COTS DBMS Robustness under Transient Faults
This paper evaluates the behavior of a common off-theshelf (COTS) database management system (DBMS) in presence of transient faults. Database applications have traditionally been a field with fault-tolerance needs, concerning both data integrity and availability. While most of the commercially available DBMS provide support for data recovery and fault-tolerance, very limited knowledge was available regarding the impact of transient faults in a COTS database system. In this experimental study, a strict off-the-shelf target system is used (Oracle 7.3 server running on top of Wintel platform), combined with a TPC-A based workload and a software implemented fault injection tool
Diamantino Costa, Henrique Madeira
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Type Conference
Year 1999
Where PRDC
Authors Diamantino Costa, Henrique Madeira
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