Database - Managing Multiuser Databases
Exercise : Managing Multiuser Databases - True or False
- Managing Multiuser Databases - General Questions
- Managing Multiuser Databases - True or False
Resource locking is a process to prevent multiple applications from obtaining copies of the same record when the record is about to be changed.
The overall responsibility of the DBA is to facilitate the development and use of the database.
The size of the lock is referred to as the lock granularity.
A durable transaction is one in which all committed changes are permanent.
An ACID transaction is one that is atomic, consistent isolated, and durable.