Transactional data (file system) store on AIX? - Aix

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  1. Transactional data (file system) store on AIX?

    Not all data in a system is in a database but consistent information
    across data stores is a need (huge online data increase, going to
    24/24 7/7, that need to be consistent). And a primary data store is
    the file system.

    A this time, there is capability to define or freeze a consistent
    point in time ( applications have no API for a transaction boundary
    for file system data). What about built-in transactional file system
    support in AIX?

    Bernard Dhooghe

    PS: What happened with the Transarc heritage: f something (a
    transformation process, here persistent storage) has no transaction
    boundaries, can it be good?






  2. Re: Transactional data (file system) store on AIX?


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