Firebird transactions in details
This course is devoted to Firebird transactions: how they are related to multi-versioning architecture, how the transactions isolations works, isolation levels, transactions markers, how Commit and Rollback works, garbage collection principles, sweep, and diagnostics of problems with transactions management in Firebird applications.
Please see the detailed schedule of the course below:
- How record versions are being created in FirebirdSQL
- States of transaction in Firebird (active, committed, rolled back, limbo) and what they mean
- Visibility of record versions in transactions
- Key differences between Read Committed and Snapshot
- Triggers for transactions start and stop
- Context variables at transaction level
- What happens at transactions’ start
- Global transaction markers (OAT, OST, OIT) and their meaning
- What happens at transaction commit
- Standard rollback with cache flush
- Forced rollback without cache flush
- Rollback transactions with undo-log
- Rollback without undo-log
- What is retaining transaction
- Temporary BLOBs
- Auto-commit (does anybody know about it?)
- Managing memory for transactions
- Local TIP and related issues
- Transactions interaction and best practices for application development. Conflicts between transactions.
- Templates for transaction usage in application development
- Scenarios breakdown: Readers and Readers, Readers and Writers, Writers and Writers
- Best practices
- Garbage collection mechanism and sweep in details
- Differences between sweep and garbage collection
- Autosweep: pro and contras
- Examples of application design mistakes which lead to excessive garbage
- Diagnosing transaction management problems: most prevalent problems, how to catch and fix them.
- OIT, OST, OAT, NEXT — their combinations and what they mean
- When the garbage collection does not work?
- How to determine quantity of garbage versions
- How to find long transactions with MON$ tables
- Transactions monitoring with MON$ and TraceAPI.
- Legacy applications: workarounds for error in transactions management
Contact us for the quote now