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See [relational database management system]
read-ahead prefetching

A method of prefetching pages by looking ahead in a scan, which results in an asynchronous retrieval of pages even though those pages are not located sequentially on disk.


Pertaining to data that can be read but not modified or deleted.

read stability (RS)

An isolation level that locks only the rows that an application retrieves within a transaction. Read stability ensures that any qualifying row that is read during a transaction is not changed by other application processes until the transaction is completed, and that any row changed by another application process is not read until the change is committed by that process.


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