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Approaches for Deadlock Detection and Deadlock Prevention for Distributed systems

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Computer Science, NIMS University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, INDIA

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 1, Issue (ISC-2011), Pages 422-425, (2012)

Abstract

In today environment Distributed database is mainly used by large organization for their striking features. When we develop a deadlock detection and prevention approaches for distributed database. A deadlock is a condition in a system where a process cannot proceed because it needs to obtain a resource held by another process but it itself is holding a resource that the other process needs. The same conditions for deadlocks in uniprocessors apply to distributed systems. Unfortunately, as in many other aspects of distributed systems, they are harder to detect, avoid, and prevent. Deadlocks are a fundamental problem in distributed systems. Deadlock detection is more difficult in systems where there is no such central agent and processes may communicate directly with one another. Deadlock detection and resolution is one among the major challenges faced by a Distributed System. In this paper, we discuss deadlock detection techniques and present approaches for detecting deadlocks in Distributed Systems. We wish that our paper had served as a survey of the important solutions in the fields of deadlock for distributed system.

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