two-phase commit

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two-phase commit (plural two-phase commits)

  1. (distributed computing) A commit operation that has two main steps: requesting the components of a distributed system to notify whether they are able to apply the commit and notify the components to apply it (if all of them notified that they are able to) or to abort it otherwise.
    Synonym: (initialism) 2PC