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Table of Contents Table of Contents, 1 Introduction 5 Query Optimization. The history classification and main research contents of Basic problems Query optimization techniques Query. database systems Distributed database system optimization in distributed database systems Query. optimization in other kinds of DBMS, 2 DBMS Architecture. 6 Recovery Mechanism, The composition of DBMS and its process structure The. architecture of distributed database systems Basic problems Updating strategies and recovery techniques. Recovery mechanism in distributed DBMS, 3 Access Management of Database. 7 Concurrency Control, Physical file organization index and access primitives.
Basic problems Concurrency control techniques Concurrency. 4 Data Distribution control in distributed DBMS Concurrency control in other. The fragmentation and distribution of data distributed kinds of DBMS. database design federated database design parallel database. design data catalog and its distribution, Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 7 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 8. 1 1 The History of Database Technology, and its Classification. 1 According to the development of data model, No management before 1960 Scientific computing. File system Simple data management, 1 Introduction. Demand of data management growing continuously, DBMS emerged.
1964 the first DBMS American IDS network, 1969 the first commercial DBMS of IBM hierarchical. 1970 E F Codd IBM bring forward relational data model. Other data model Object Oriented deductive ER, Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 10. 2 According to the development of DBMS, architectures 4 According to the expanding of application fields. Centralized database systems, Parallel database systems OLTP. Distributed database systems and Federated Engineering Database. database systems Deductive Database, Mobile database systems Multimedia Database.
3 According to the development of architectures of Temporal Database. application systems based on databases Spatial Database. Centralized structure Host Terminal Data Warehouse OLAP Data Mining. Distributed structure XML Database, Client Server structure Big Data NoSQL NewSQL. Three tier multi tier structure, Mobile computing, Grid computing Data Grid Cloud Computing. Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 11 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 12. 1 2 Distributed Database Systems, What is DDB, A DDB is a collection of correlated data which are. spread across a network and managed by a software, called DDBMS. 1 Distributed physically centralized logically general DDB. 2 Distributed physically distributed logically too FDBS. We take the first as main topic in this course, Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 13 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 14.
Features of DDBS The advantages of DDBS, Local autonomy. Distribution Good availability because support multi copies. Good flexibility, Correlation Low system cost, DDBMS High efficiency most access processed locally less. communication comparing to centralized database, Parallel process. The disadvantages of DDBS, Hard to integrate existing databases. Too complex system itself and its using maintenance. etc such as DDB design, Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 15 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 16.
The main problems in DDBS, Compared to centralized DBMS the. differences of DDBS are as follows, Query Optimization different optimizing. goal 2 The Architecture of DBMS, Concurrency control should consider whole. Recovery mechanism failure combination, Another problem specially for DDBS. Data distribution, Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 17 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen.
Main Contains 2 1 The Components of DBMS Core, App1 Appi Appj Appn. The components of DBMS core Statement Program Formatted message or data. interface1 ufi API interfacem, The process structure of DBMS Database statement. such as SQL, Message or data, The components of DDBMS core Grammar tree. Grant checking, The process structure of DDBMS Semantic analysis and query treatment. DDL QL DML DCL, Access primitive Message or data, Concurrency Access Recovery.
control management mechanism, System call Message or data. Operating system, I O command State info or physical. data block, Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 19 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 20. 2 2 The Process Structure of DBMS Single process structure. Single process structure The application program is compiled with DBMS core. as a single exe file running as a single process, Multi processes structure. Multi threads structure, Application codes, Communication protocols between.
processes threads SQL statements Result, DBMS core as a function. Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 21 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 22. Multi processes structure Multi threads structure, One application process corresponding to one DBMS Only one DBMS process every application process. core process corresponding to a DBMS core thread, SQL statements. Application DAEMON catalog lock table buffer, pipe DBMS core process 1 SQL statements. process 1 Application, results pipe socket DBMS core thread 1.
DBMS process, SQL statements results, Application pipe DBMS core process 2 SQL statements. process 2 Application, results pipe socket DBMS core thread 2. SQL statements SQL statements, Application pipe Application. DBMS core process n pipe socket DBMS core thread n. process n process n, results results, Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 23 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 24. Communication protocols between processes threads Communication protocols between processes threads. Application programs access databases through API State 0 error 1 success for insert delete update. or embedded SQL offered by DBMS according to 2 query success need to treat result further. communication protocol to realize synchronizing, control TupNum tuple number in result.
AttNum attribute number in result table, Ad hoc interface or Pipe0. application program, DBMS core AttName attribute name. AttType attribute type, Pipe0 Send SQL statements inner commands. AttLen byte number of this attribute, Pipe1 return results The result format. TmpFileName name of the temporary file which, State TupNum AttNum AttName AttType AttLen TmpFileName.
store the result data need the above metadata to, explain it. Definition of one attribute Definition of other attributes. Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 25 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 26. 2 3 The Components of DDBMS Core An example of global query optimization. Global query optimization may, R1 R2 get an execution plan based on. cost estimation such as, DB database management Site1 Site2. LDB1 DB DC, DDBK 1 send R2 to site1 R, DD DC communication control. DD catalog management 2 execute on site1, DDBK core responsible for Select.
parsing distributed From R1 R2 From R1 R, DB DC transaction management Where R1 a R2 b. DDBK concurrency control recovery, Where R1 a R b, DD and global query optimization. Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 27 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 28. 2 4 The Process Structure of DDBMS, Application process 1 Application process 2. SQL result SQL result, Daemon Daemon Daemon, 3 Database Access Management. DDBMS core thread 1, DDBMS core thread SQL result DDBMS core thread.
SQL result, DDBMS core thread 2, SQL result SQL result SQL result SQL result. LDBMS process LDBMS process LDBMS process, Local database 1 Local database 2 Local database 3. Site 1 Site 2 Site 3, Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 29 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen. Main Contains Access Types, The access to database is transferred to the Query all or most records of a file 15. operations on files of OS eventually The file Query some special record. structure and access route offered on it will Query some records 15. affect the speed of data access directly It is Scope query. impossible that one kind of file structure will Update. be effective for all kinds of data access, Access types.
File organization, Index technique, Access primitives. Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 31 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 32. File Organization Index Technique, Heap file records stored according to their inserted B Tree. order and retrieved sequentially This is the most Clustering index. basic and general form of file organization Inverted file. Direct file the record address is mapped through Dynamic hashing. hash function according to some attribute s value Grid structure file and partitioned hash function. Indexed file index heap file cluster Bitmap index used in data warehouse. Dynamic hashing p115 Others, Grid structure file p118 suitable for multi attributes. Raw disk notice the difference between the logical. block and physical block of file You can control, physical blocks in OS by using raw disk. Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 33 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 34. Bitmap index index itself is data, Bitmap Index for Sales Bitmap Index for State.
Access Primitives examples, Date Store State Class Sales 8bit 4bit 2bit 1bit AK AR CA CO CT MA NY RI. 3 1 96 32 NY A 6 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0, int dbopendb char dbname. 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0, 3 1 96 36 MA A 9 Function open a database. 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0, 3 1 96 38 NY B 5, 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0. int dbclosedb unsigned dbid, 3 1 96 41 CT A 11, 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Function close a database.
3 1 96 43 NY A 9, 3 1 96 46 RI B 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 int dbTableInfo unsigned rid TableInfo tinfo. 3 1 96 47 CT B 7 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Function get the information of the table referenced by rid. 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0, 3 1 96 49 NY A 12 int dbopen char tname int mode int flag. Function open the table tname and assign a rid for it. Total sales 4 8 4 4 4 2 6 1 62 1 0 0, int dbclose unsigned rid. How many class A store in NY 3 1 0 0 Function close the table referenced by rid and release the rid. Sales of class A store in NY 2 8 2 4 1 2 1 1 27 0 1 0 int dbrename oldname newname. How many stores in CT 2 Function rename the table, Join operation query product list of class A store in NY. Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 1 0 0 35 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 36. Access Primitives examples Access Primitives examples. int dbcreateattr unsigned rid sstree attrlist int dbdelete unsigned rid long offset int flag. Function create some attributes in the table referenced by rid Function delete the tuple specified by offset in the table. int dbupdateattrbyidx unsigned rid int nth sstree attrinfo referenced by rid. Function update the definition of the nth attribute in the table int dbupdate unsigned rid long offset char newtuple int flag. referenced by rid Function update the tuple specified by offset in the table. int dbupdateattrbyname unsigned rid char attrname sstree referenced by rid with newtuple. attrinfo int dbgetrecord unsigned rid int nth char buf. Function update the definition of attribute attrname in the table Function fetch out the nth tuple from the table referenced by rid. referenced by rid and put it into buffer buf, int dbinsert unsigned rid char tuple int length int flag int dbopenidx unsigned rid indexattrstruct attrarray int flag.
Function insert a tuple into the the table referenced by rid Function open the index of the table referenced by rid and. assign a iid for it, Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 37 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 38. Access Primitives examples, int dbcloseidx unsigned iid. Function close the index referenced by iid, int dbfetch unsigned rid char buf long offset. Function fetch out the tuple specified by offset from the table 4 Data Distribution. referenced by rid and put it into buffer buf, int dbfetchtid unsigned iid void pvalue long offsetbuf flag. Function fetch out the TIDs of tuples whose value on indexed. attribute has the flag relation with pvalue and put them into. offsetbuf iid is the reference of the index used, int dbpack unsigned rid.
Function re organize the relation delete the tuples having. deleted flag physically, Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 39 Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen. 4 1 Strategies of Data Distribution Comparison of four strategies. 1 Centralized distributed system but the data 1 2 3 4. are still stored centralized It is simplest but, there is not any advantage of D. Data Structure Database exe file Database Management Systems and Their Implementation Xu Lizhen 23 Multi processes structure One application process corresponding to one DBMS core process Application process 1 pipe DBMS core process 1 SQL statements results Application process 2 pipe DBMS core process 2 SQL statements results Application process n pipe DBMS core process n SQL statements

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