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Shared-nothing architecture has been widely used in distributed databases to achieve good scalability. While it offers superior performance for local transactions, the overhead of processing distributed transactions can degrade the system performance significantly. The key contributor to the degradation is the expensive two-phase commit (2PC) protocol used to ensure atomic commitment of distributed transactions. In this paper, we propose a transaction management scheme called LEAP to avoid thedoi:10.1145/2882903.2882923 dblp:conf/sigmod/LinC0OTW16 fatcat:yviyykwbm5bd5i7xfsxkux62ty