(Solution Download) If we apply a distributed version of the multiple granularity

If we apply a distributed version of the multiple-granularity protocol of Chapter to a distributed database, the site responsible for the root of the DAG may become a bottleneck. Suppose we modify that protocol as follows:
? Only intention-mode locks are allowed on the root.
? All transactions are given all possible intention-mode locks on the root automatically. Show that these modifications alleviate this problem without allowing any nonserializable schedules.


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