Linter

History

The story of linter database starts back in 1980 when a group of developers working in a government-owned company started to develop a database system named DBMS BARS for a RANFOS operating system. Later in the 1990 same group set a private company named RELEX which is acronym for "RELational EXpert Systems" and this is when Linter database has arrived.

Concurrency Control

Two-Phase Locking (Deadlock Detection)

Strict 2 phase locking. Thus, every DML operation causing an exclusive lock to be put on the record that is being changed at the moment. When a select statement reaches the tuple that has been updated but not yet committed, it gets stalled until the lock is down. Whenever a transaction updates many tuples on the same table, the whole table gets an exclusive lock in order to reduce resource overhead while managing multiple row-level locks Deadlocks are being detected on the fly by the means of an internal deadlock manager

Data Model

Relational

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Website

http://www.lintersql.com

Former Name

DBMS BARS, DBMS INTEREAL

Developer

RELEX, Inc.

Country of Origin

RU

Start Year

1990

Project Type

Commercial

Supported languages

C, C#, C++, Delphi, Java, Perl, PHP, Ruby, SQL, Tcl

Operating Systems

Linux, QNX, Windows

Licenses

Proprietary

Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linter_SQL_RDBMS