[mysql-dde] Re: Adicionar na Especificação

  • From: Fabricio Mota <fabricio.mota@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: Mim <fabricio.mota@xxxxxxxxx>, mysql-dde@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 8 Dec 2005 22:40:21 -0300

Please consider 5.2 as follow:

* 5.2* all operations from *T, *targeted to* S**, *must be kept in buffer *
B *to be performed by *S *again in future;


2005/12/8, Fabricio Mota <fabricio.mota@xxxxxxxxx>:
>
> Peter,
>
> Boa noite (= good evening)
> **
> I'm intending to include that in spec, by means to generalize late sync
> for other applications. Tell me what you think.
>
> **
> *Late Synchronization:*
> Assume as *faultous *any server that is:
>   - Crashed (down);
>   - Byzantine (having unexpected behavior);
>   - Out of communication to other servers;
>
> Consider for above a faultous server *S*, member of a* *cluster *C*, leaving 
> back
> an active cluster *C - S. *Consider also the occurrence an operation *O 
> *involving
> a given resource *R*, within a transaction *T. *Hence, due to perform late
> synchronization, active cluster *C - S *will always mantain a buffer* B*,
> that allows keeping any operation *O* targeted to *S*.
> *Lemma 1 - agreement: *Late sync in a cluster *C *will only be allowed for
> a server *S *if:
>     *1.1: *Active cluster *C - S *agree about *S *fault;
>     *1.2: *Server *S, *case being alive, agree about its fault.
>
> Notice that 1.1 is important because to justify the use of a late
> synchronization. If S there is no subject to defer to perform the operation,
> it should not be deferred. In other hand, 1.2 ensures is need because,
> once the decision of altering the distributed resource is taken by the
> active cluster, it's very important that no operation could be performed by
> server S, that could take it to a different state, in respect to the group.
>
> *Lemma 2 - accuracy: *In a cluster *C*, if a server *S *is faultous, and
> resource *R *is considered replied, then the current state of *R *in *S* 
> cannot
> be published as an actual state, until it be reintegrated to *C*.
>
> That's important because, if the server* *is faultous, there is no
> warranty of communication between it and the other members of the cluster.
> Once it may not to be communicable, it might not to assume the correct
> state, due to the possibility of changes in the active cluster. So, the
> correct action is to block the read of the resource * *until it come back
> to *C*.
>
> *Lemma 3 - integrity: *In a cluster *C*, if a server *S *is faultous, and
> the state of a resource *R *is considered dependent from the state of
> the cluster *C*, then the current state of *R *in *S *may not be
> modified until it be reintegrated to *C*.
>
> In a faultous server, if a given distributed resource is dependent from
> the others servers, then its state may not to reflect the actual state
> assumed by the active cluster. So, consider that updating the state of a
> resource may to depend on its previous state, which may not to reflect its
> current state defined in the active cluster. In other hand, its new change
> may not to be reflected in the active cluster, too. So, data integrity may
> be violated.
>
>
> *Lemma 4 - autonomy: *Late sync in a cluster *C*, disposed for a server *
> S,* will only be allowed for an operation *O* over a distributed resource
> *R, * if *S* is not able, by local means, to deicide individually if *O *
> over* R* will be performed or aborted.
>
> *Corollary of Lemma 4: *In a late-synchronizable operation O, o nly the
> remaining group *C - S* could have the autonomy to deicide if *O *over *R
> *will be performed or aborted.
>
> In this set of this operations are included those which have impact only
> over distributed resources (such as RDD alterations), and no specific local
> conditions are able to interrupt the given operation. Thus, the
> impossibility of stablish foreign keys between DDE tables and non-DDE tables
> is a strong mean to ensure a agreement among all servers.
>
> Some special cases could induce the transaction to fail (if the faultous
> server would be alive), such as an Operational System or an Disk fail.
> However, this kind of fail could not have impact over the global
> consistence. With late sync, it could be possible to repair the server
> before reintegrate it to the cluster, and everything come back to the normal
> operation.
>
> *Lemma 5 - atomicity: *If a server *S* fails within a transaction *T*,
> then:
> *    5.1* all operations from *T *already performed by *S *must be undone
> before it to reintegrate to cluster *C*;
> *    5.2* all operations from *T, *known by *C - S *to be
> already performed by *S, *must be kept in buffer *B *to be performed by  *S
> *again in future;
>
> Consider that, since S fails, a consistent state must be ensured, both for
> the server and for the remaining cluster.
>
> *Lemma 6 - aceptance: *A *server S *must only be accepted as active
> member in a cluster *C*, after to perform all pendent operations existent
> in buffer  *B *from* C, *targeted to *S*.
> **
> If any operation - because of any subject - could not be performed by the
> reintegrating server, then its membership cannot be continued, because its
> state may not to satisfy to the state expected from the group. So,
> the global consistence may be violated.
>
>
> Fabricio Mota
> Analista de Sistemas
> FCPC - Divisão de Planejamento do Cadastro Comercial
>
>


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