Locks, Database Management System

Locks:Serialisabilty is just a test whether a given interleaved schedule is ok or has a concurrency related trouble. Though, it does not make sure that the interleaved concurrent transactions do not have any concurrency related trouble. This can be completed by using locks. So let us talk about what the dissimilar types of locks are, and then how locking ensures serialsability of implementing transactions.

 

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