Transactional replication

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  • Table of Contents Eager Replication Lazy Replication Components in Replication Distributor Publisher Subscriber Publication Article Subscriptions Agents Snapshot Agent Log Reader Agent Distribution Agent Merge Agent Queue Reader Agent Purpose of Replication Replication in SQL Server Snapshot Replication Transactional Replication Merge Replication Physical Replication Models Publisher/Distributor–Subscriber Model Central Publisher–Multiple

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  • Memcachedb is a distributed key-value storage system designed for persistent. A complete memcached, but *NOT* a cache solution: Memcached is good enough for cache. *NO* expiration: For memcache protocol compatible, still reserved, but we do nothing. Totally for persistent: Transaction, replication, we do our best to achieve persistent.

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  • The staff’s investigation of the 9/11 plot built on the extensive investigations conducted by the U.S. government, particularly the FBI. The government thoroughly examined the plot’s financial transactions, and the Commission staff had neither the need nor the resources to duplicate that work. Rather, the staff independently assessed the earlier investigation. We had access to the actual evidence of the plotters’ financial transactions, including U.S. and foreign bank account statements, fund transfer records, and other financial records.

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  • Many distributed storage systems achieve high data access through- put via partitioning and replication, each system with its own ad- vantages and tradeoffs. In order to achieve high scalability, how- ever, today’s systems generally reduce transactional support, disal- lowing single transactions fromspanning multiple partitions. Calvin is a practical transaction scheduling and data replication layer that uses a deterministic ordering guarantee to significantly reduce the normally prohibitive contention costs associated with distributed transactions.

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  • The bacterial Lsm protein, host factor I (Hfq), is an RNA chaperone involved in many types of RNA transactions such as replication and stabil-ity, control of small RNA activity and polyadenylation. In this latter case, Hfq stimulates poly(A) synthesis and binds poly(A) tails that it protects from exonucleolytic degradation. We show here, that there is a correlation between Hfq binding to the 3¢ end of an RNA molecule and its ability to stimulate RNA elongation catalyzed by poly(A)polymerase I.

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