What is the primary difference between pessimistic and optimistic concurrency control?

John Zukowski

Pessimistic assumes conflicts will occur and avoids them through exclusive locks and explicit synchronization. With the optimistic approach, it is assumed conflicts won't occur, and they are dealt with when they happen.

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