On Sun, 10 Apr 2011 11:12:24 -0500, "Kevin Grittner"
> Joshua Berkus wrote:
>> SSI: PostgreSQL first
> First *production* implementation. The 2008 ACM SIGMOD paper
> included a prototype implementation in Oracle Berkeley DB, and
> Michael Cahill's 2009 doctoral thesis included a prototype
> implementation in InnoDB. Even though Cahill was hired by Oracle in
> 2009, I haven't been able to find any indication that Oracle has
> included this technology in any production release of either of these
> products, or any other. I've checked their documentations without
> finding references to anything but S2PL based SERIALIZABLE
> Having also tediously gone through every result page in in several
> google searches using likely words, and diving into all pages which
> look like they *could* refer to SSI, I haven't found any that
> actually *do*.
> I just wanted to provide enough detail to fashion a strong statement
> that someone couldn't pick apart on the basis of the prototypes from
> the academic papers.
I think you made our own argument though. We are releasing a "production"
version of SSI. Nobody else has done that.
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