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We have implemented two classes of distributed checkpointing and rollback recovery algorithms and evaluated their performance in a real processing environment. One algorithm is based on the synchronous approach and the other on the asynchronous approach. The evaluation measures the overhead due to time spent in executing the algorithms and the cost in terms of computational time and message traffic. We identify the components that make up the execution time of these algorithms and study howdoi:10.1109/icde.1990.113468 dblp:conf/icde/BhargavaLL90 fatcat:xglsb6b22fgdjnjfmf37kcfgxy