Understanding Deadlocks in Databases

In the context of databases, deadlocks are situations where two or more transactions are unable to proceed because each is waiting for the other to release a resource. This can be likened to a circular chain of transactions, where each transaction is waiting for the next in the chain to release a resource.

Here’s a visual representation of a deadlock scenario:

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