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Introduction to the Teradata® RDBMS for UNIX® Version 2 Release 2.1 - NCR

NCR Introduction to the Teradata® RDBMS for UNIX® Version 2 Release 2.1 - NCR, 1998. - 315 p.
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Contents

Preface

About This Book.................................................... i

Purpose........................................................ i

Audience ...................................................... i

How This Book Is Organized......................................i

Prerequisites..................................................ii

Changes to This Book .............................................iii

List of Acronyms....................................................v

Teradata RDBMS for UNIX Library..................................viii

Client Reference Library.......................................... ix

How to Order Teradata Publications.................................xi

Chapter 1

Overview

About This Chapter..................................................1-1

Introduction....................................................1-1

Design Perspectives.............................................1-1

Teradata Database Software......................................1-1

Client Software.................................................1-1

Design Perspectives.................................................1-2

Introduction....................................................1-2

Charter for the Teradata Database System........................1-2

Research Ideas Leading to the Design of the

Teradata Database System....................................1-2

Shared Information Architecture.................................1-2

Teradata Database Software..........................................1-4

Introduction....................................................1-4

Structured Query Language (SQL).................................1-4

For More Information................................................1-8

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Chapter 2

Teradata RDBMS Architecture

About This Chapter...................................................2-1

Introduction.....................................................2-1

Hardware ........................................................2-1

System Configuration.............................................2-3

Client Software..................................................2-6

Server Software .................................................2-8

Virtual Processors...................................................2-9

Introduction.....................................................2-9

PEs..............................................................2-9

AMPs............................................................2-10

The Parsing Engine..................................................2-11

Introduction....................................................2-11

Client Interface................................................2-11

Session Control.................................................2-11

Input Data Conversion...........................................2-12

SQL Parser......................................................2-13

The Dispatcher..................................................2-14

Dispatching the Steps...........................................2-15

Processing the Steps............................................2-16

Structured Query Language...........................................2-18

Introduction....................................................2-18
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