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Jorge A Arroyo, Paul McDaid, David U Shorter, Filip J Yeskel: Method and apparatus for ensuring data consistency amongst a plurality of disparate systems having multiple consumer channels. International Business Machines Corporation, Akerman Senterfitt, November 28, 2006: US07143094 (30 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a method and system for ensuring data consistency amongst a plurality of disparate computing systems that communicate in order to provide an electronic transactional service. Information or data that is common between various databases associated with each of the disp ...


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Minwen Ji, Alistair Veitch, John Wilkes: Method and system for ensuring data consistency after a failover event in a redundant data storage system. Hewlett Packard Development Company, February 13, 2007: US07178055 (17 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for obtaining consistency of redundant data after a failover event. In one aspect, a redundant data storage system has a first data storage facility that initially acts as a primary facility for storage requests and a second data storage facility that initially acts as a second ...


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Edward Ellis Cobb, Simon Antony James Holdsworth, Iain Stuart Caldwell Houston, Stanley Alan Smith: System for building optimal commit trees in a distributed transaction processing system. International Businesss Machines Corporation, David A Mims Jr, Mark S Walker, March 20, 2001: US06205464 (12 worldwide citation)

A system and method for reducing message traffic during two phase commitment in a distributed transaction processing system. Transactional objects manage transactions in a distributed system. A coordinator object is responsible for ensuring data consistency by enforcing atomic transaction changes. A ...


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Harihara S Kadayam, Hari Shankar: Out of order delivery for data and metadata mirroring in a cluster storage system. NetApp, Stattler—Suh PC, February 26, 2013: US08386425 (11 worldwide citation)

Described herein are a system and method for remote mirroring of data and metadata from a local node to a remote node using out-of-order delivery (OOD), while also providing data integrity at the remote node. OOD may utilize increased throughput of multiple connection paths between nodes. A mirrorin ...


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Marco Winter, Hartmut Peters, Meinolf Blawat, Ralf Ostermann, Dietmar Hepper: Database model for hierarchical data formats. Thomson Licensing, Joseph J Laks, Robert D Shedd, Reitseng Lin, September 11, 2007: US07269582 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method for ensuring data consistency upon mapping of a hierarchical data format to a relational database management system. According to the invention, a method for ensuring data consistency upon storage of a data item in a database, the data item having an identif ...


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Cobb Edward Ellis, Holdsworth Simon Antony James, Houston Iain Stuart Caldwell, Smith Stanley Alan: System for building optimal commit trees in a distributed transaction system. Ibm, March 20, 1996: EP0702295-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

A system and method for reducing message traffic during two phase commitment in a distributed transaction processing system. Transactional objects manage transactions in a distributed system. A coordinator object is responsible for ensuring data consistency by enforcing atomic transaction changes. A ...


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William R Bryg, Monish S Shah, Thomas V Spencer: Method and apparatus for ensuring data consistency between an i/o channel and a processor. Hewlett Packard Company, August 22, 2000: US06108721 (4 worldwide citation)

In a method and apparatus that ensures data consistency between an I/O channel and a processor, system software issues an instruction which causes the issuance of a transaction when notification of a DMA completion is received. The transaction instructs the I/O channel to enforce coherency and then ...


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John Richard Taylor, Randy Yen pang Chou, Andrew P Davis: Deleting a file from a distributed filesystem. PANZURA, Park Vaughan Fleming & Dowler, Mark Spiller, June 13, 2017: US09678968 (3 worldwide citation)

The disclosed embodiments disclose techniques for deleting a file from a distributed filesystem. Two or more cloud controllers collectively manage distributed filesystem data that is stored in one or more cloud storage systems; the cloud controllers store metadata for the distributed filesystem, and ...


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Brian Christopher Parkison, Andrew P Davis, John Richard Taylor, Randy Yen pang Chou: Executing a cloud command for a distributed filesystem. PANZURA, Park Vaughan Fleming & Dowler, Mark Spiller, November 7, 2017: US09811532 (2 worldwide citation)

The disclosed embodiments disclose techniques for executing a cloud command for a distributed filesystem. Two or more cloud controllers collectively manage distributed filesystem data that is stored in one or more cloud storage systems; the cloud controllers ensure data consistency for the stored da ...


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Suzuki Susumu, Yamakami Kenji: Storage device. Hitachi, October 11, 2007: JP2007-265441 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a technology capable of reducing trouble of issuing a plurality of instructions from a processor when producing a plurality of duplications for data of a storage volume by a storage device, and capable of ensuring data consistency in a plurality of related storage vo ...