(Solved):In timestamp ordering, W-timestamp(Q) denotes the largest timestamp of any transaction that executed write(Q) successfully. Suppose that, instead, we defined it to be the timestamp of the most rece… View Answer…

 

Question

In timestamp ordering, W-timestamp(Q) denotes the largest timestamp of any transaction that executed write(Q) successfully. Suppose that, instead, we defined it to be the timestamp of the most recent transaction to execute write(Q) successfully. State the difference.

A. The rule when transaction requests read(Q) will change.

B. The rule when transaction requests write(Q) will change.

C. Both the above rules will change.

D. None of these.

 

EXPERT ANSWER

D. None of these.

The write is the recent

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