Crash recovery is the process by which the database is moved back to a consistent and usable state. This is done by rolling back incomplete transactions and completing committed transactions that were still in memory when the crash occurred.

Crash Recovery – Database Management System

In this “Crash Recovery – Database Management System” you will learn about the following topics:

  1. Introduction to Crash Recovery
  2. Failure Classification
  3. Transaction Failure, System Crash, Disk Failure
  4. Database Backup
  5. Types of Backup
  6. Physical Backups, Logical Backup
  7. Importance of Backups
  8. Storage of Data
  9. Volatile Memory, Non – Volatile Memory, Stable Memory
  10. Methods of Backup
  11. Database Recovery
  12. Methods of Database Recovery
  13. Log-Based Recovery, Checkpoint, Shadow Paging
  14. Remote Backup System
  15. Issues Must Be Addressed In Designing A Remote Backup System
  16. Detection Of Failure, Transfer Of Control, Time To Recover, Time To Commit

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