Question 6 :
Databases that are stored on computers at multiple locations and are not interconnected by a network are known as distributed databases.
Question 7 :
An increasingly popular option for data distribution as well as for fault tolerance of any database is to store a separate copy of the database at each of two or more sites.
Question 8 :
Asynchronous technology can result in unsatisfactorily slow response time because the distributed DBMS is spending considerable time checking that an update is accurately and completely propagated across the network.
Question 9 :
A distributed unit of work allows various statements within a unit of work to refer to multiple remote DBMS locations.
Question 10 :
The purpose of timestamping is to avoid the use of locks.