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Prototyping DBS3, a shared-memory parallel database system

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3 Author(s)
Bergsten, B. ; Bull Res. Center, Les Clayes sous Bois, France ; Couprie, M. ; Valduriez, P.

DBS3 is a database system with extended relational capabilities designed for a shared-memory multiprocessor. This paper presents the design choices, architecture and performance evaluation of the current DBS3 prototype. The major contributions of DBS3 are: a parallel dataflow execution model based on data declustering, the compile-time optimization of both independent and pipelined parallelism, and the exploitation of shared-memory for efficient concurrent execution. The current DBS3 prototype runs on a shared-memory, commercially available multiprocessor. The initial performance experiments for single-user queries are promising and show excellent response times and scalability

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Parallel and Distributed Information Systems, 1991., Proceedings of the First International Conference on

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4-6 Dec 1991