Shared lock or read lock, Database Management System

Shared lock or Read Lock

  • It is requested by a transaction that needs to just read the value of data item.
  • A shared lock on a data item does not permit an exclusive lock to be placed but allows any number of shared locks to be placed on that item.

 

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