-Re: "row-level transactions without using distributed locking or other synchronization mechanism"
Perhaps it's poorly worded (I'm not sure on that, as it seems fine to
me). But what it's getting at is that no more than one tablet server
at any given time is responsible for a given row. Therefore, multiple
updates to a single row can be accomplished atomically, in a single
Christopher L Tubbs II
On Wed, Jun 19, 2013 at 10:37 PM, David Medinets
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> The user manual says
> "The Master assigns Tablets to one TabletServer at a time. This enables
> row-level transactions to take place without using distributed locking or
> some other complicated synchronization mechanism."
> This reference is the only reference to transactions in the user manual. Can
> this reference be expanded? Are there one or more specific uses cases that
> be discussed?