RECO abbreviation - Oracle Transaction - Recover
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Q. RECO process is an acronym of?
- Published on 29 Jul 15
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-Posted on 23 Sep 15
- The recover process (RECO) is a background process used with the distributed database configuration that automatically resolves failures involving distributed transactions.
- The RECO process of a node automatically connects to other databases involved in an in-doubt distributed transaction.
- When the RECO process reestablishes a connection between involved database servers, it automatically resolves all in-doubt transactions, removing from each database's pending transaction table any rows that correspond to the resolved in-doubt transactions.
- If the RECO process fails to connect with a remote server, RECO automatically tries to connect again after a timed interval.
- However, RECO waits an increasing amount of time (growing exponentially) before it attempts another connection.
- The RECO process is present only if the instance permits distributed transactions.
- The number of concurrent distributed transactions is not limited.
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