Kernel Transaction Manager (KTM) is a transaction management service. It makes transactions available as kernel objects and provides transaction management services to system components such as Transactional NTFS (TxF).
The following topics describe the uses and features of KTM:
- What is a Transaction?
- Working With Transactions
- Writing a Resource Manager
- Interoperability With Other Windows Features
- KTM Security and Access Rights
KTM relies on the Common Log File System for its operation. CLFS is a logging system that is capable of enabling transactions.