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 Proceedings Pacific Rim International Symposium on Fault Tolerant Systems
Critical design issues when designing a fault-tolerant multiprocessor database server are identied as: 1) System design must be based on components with well dened states and state transitions. 2) Component redundancy is the foundation for a fault-tolerant design. 3) The system should be a shared nothing architecture using homogeneous coarse grained nodes. 4) Basic fault detection must be done in hardware. Fault masking and repair should be done in software to achieve exibility and dynamicdoi:10.1109/rfts.1991.212941 fatcat:chspq2z6mvarpoqunipf5gggzu